The Rancocas Creek provides an idyllic setting to observe nature up close in this rustic park. Hikers, bicyclists and joggers are welcome, however, there are no staffed facilities on site. The New Jersey Audubon Society operates a Nature Center on the Park (entrance off Rancocas Road) and sponsors varied wildlife programs. The Powhatan Indians manages a museum and a replica of a Native American village, both designed to educate visitors on their culture. The Powhatans hold festivals in the spring and fall months that offer music, performances and crafts".

mountain biking
20 days ago

Lovely trail, too overgrown in a lot of parts.

mountain biking
26 days ago

Nice Single track with rocks, roots and tree obstacles to jump over.

we like this trail it's close to home and it has some things to climb over . it's a fun hike and it's pretty.

The trail itself is well marked but is very overgrown. Be sure to wear long pants and long sleeve shirt as there was a lot of poison ivy/oak on the ground. Bugs are horrendous in the summer. My family and I liked the actual trail and the length is great for an afternoon outing. I would like to try it again in the fall when the bugs are not so overwhelming. Bonus...there is a really interesting abandoned log house structure on the blue trail. Despite my internet searches, I couldn't find much about it but am sure there is a story to be told.