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Laurel Run Loop is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Riverside Township, New Jersey that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.0 mi Elevation gain 45 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

River

Wild flowers

Wildlife

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Ryan & Vans Wachter
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HikingNo shade

This is a meadow park. While it is extremely important for NJ’s ecosystem, it is not a great hiking trail. It is a 1 mile loop around and open field on a very fine sand track. There were some beautiful swallows and butterflies along the trail but otherwise not much to look at.

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Natalia Spinelli
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Hiking

We did 5.5 miles by doing the loop 5 times. You are open to the elements so wear a hat and sunscreen. You see lots of birds and butterflies. There is a port-a-potty - one gazebo- two grills and picnic tables. Very quiet. No many people come here. Great hike alone when you don’t want to drive far from home to get in some miles. All flat ground. Not paved so no roller blading here.

Lena Ma
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Hiking

Nice field. Decent views

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Tamara Phoebus
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HikingNo shade

1 mile loop in a big farm field. Goes along Rancocas Creek for a bit.

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Stacey A.
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Running

Half the “trail” is soft sand. By trail I mean short cut grass around an old corn field. Down by the river you have to cross over a little stream on boards. Do not recommend if you don’t like walking or running in sand.

Rachael Perry
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Hiking

This is more like a walk than a hike, but a nice well maintained way to get outside and walk. I found this path useful for training my dog.

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Kevin Mitchell
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Hiking

This is about what you would expect for a trail in New Jersey.

Ryan Driscoll
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Running
First to Review

A nice and easy 1 mile loop that goes through farmlands and meadows.

John Cajio
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Hiking
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Brittany Gibbs Lamb
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Christopher Heard
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Diana Ancelo
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William Hillman
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Joseph Meli
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Gary Wuchter
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Walking
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Ryan Driscoll
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Hiking
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Brendyn Proffitt
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Hiking
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Aaron Fidoten
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Gabby Ruiz
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daisy martinez
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Hiking
Gary Wuchter
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Skip Ward
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Donna Zaporta
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Hiking
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