Forest Resource Education Center Trails is a 3.4 mile trail located near Cream Ridge, New Jersey. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking.
This trail is in Clayton Park and provides an easy walk through rolling woodlands. It would make a great trail run an a fast mountain bike ride. A highlight for this hike was spotting a great horned owl roosting in a white pine tree next to the trail! (p.s. I should have read the other reviews more carefully, as stated the directions bring you to a NJ Forest Service facility, get directions directly to Clayton Park instead).
These directions are inaccurate. There is nothing but woods and fields at those coordinates. But a quarter of a mile further down the road is Clayton Park Trails. Does anyone have the accurate address?
Excellent informational kiosks throughout the park.
Cool there are wild blueberries on the side of the trail and they have plaques that identify the different plant species.