Clayton County Park Trails is a 4.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cream Ridge, NJ that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.
Moderate hills, roots, beautiful beech forest. Caution: Bow hunting in fall except Sundays
small climbs but overall pretty tame....
Awesome trails easy to follow directions and did the bridges trail is a lot of fun
Excellent hiking with my 8 year old son today. Trails are definitely kid friendly and the woods are beautiful! Glad Mr. Clayton didn't sell land for logging. Great stand of old trees through out park.
A great trail for running because of the nice dirt trails and because it isn't particularly rocky. Well marked even though the trails are really well used and obvious. For a circuit trail run, this park is ideal!
Love this place, it's hard to find a good hike in New Jersey and this place is beautiful and has a lot to explore
For the first time ever going through the trail it was very easy. Beautiful sites to see and great to bring the dogs along!
Pretty easy well marked trails.
It was a nice first time ride. the canopy is pretty thick so it does block light rain.
An awesome ride...areas of rough terrain and lots of hills. Challenging and fun!
Definitely a nice hike - was able to make 4.5 miles out of it going the long way around. Not very challenging but does have some inclines and soft terrain. Recommended for a nice afternoon hike
Awesome place for hiking and riding mountain bikes. One of my favorites
Awesome! Empty during the week & well maintained yet challenging trails. I combined a few to get in 5 miles. It's deer hunting season right now so I was a bit alarmed I'd see a hunter- but thankfully for me (and the deer), I didn't. Trails are well marked & I love the hills & rough terrain (roots galore)!
i love this park. a great place to walk your dog. nice and quite and if your dog likes water he/she can jump in the little lake
Fun trail and nice views of the creek. I only wish the trail was longer. It was the only trail with some elevation within an hours drive from the Jersey shore.