Washington Crossing State Park is a 3.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Titusville, NJ that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Though the distance is low the trail is not easy. There are many color marked trails in this state park. If you are not observant you may get lost. Today we helped a couple who were in the middle of the trail and dint know how to go to parking lot. we helped them find their way back to parking lot .
we first went to the visitor center and saw the video about the Washington crossing. It was educational. Then we started along the red trail and followed the alltrails route instead of the marked trail. Overall state park is well maintained. A visit to NewHope and hike in this statepark is a day's worth activity.
Scenic and relaxing!
This part of the canal is well maintained and a pleasure to ride. Get out there on a sunny day and enjoy!
This was a really nice trail to bike.. The trail runs right along the river.. And if you wander a bit off the trail you will find a spot where people take a dip in the water. The path was very nice.. Easily fit two bikes side by side.. Bumpy at times, but still good!
Can be crowded.
Had a blast this winter with the great snow falls we had. I did not have a set route through the park but it has an extensive trail system within the park boundaries.