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Peaceful Partners, Bog and Long Path Trail

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Black Run Nature Preserve

Peaceful Partners, Bog and Long Path Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Evesham Township, New Jersey that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.8 mi Elevation gain 95 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Kid friendly Hiking Mountain biking Nature trips Bird watching Running Forest Lake Views Wildlife
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Please visit the Black Run Preserve website and help support this wonderful place.

there is a port-potty (usually very clean) in the dirt parking lot area

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Kiernan Diaz
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Martin N.
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Reginald Zamor
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Real sandy but good

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Natalia Spinelli
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Way too many bugs. Stay away the day after it rains. Lots of ticks too

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Douglas Marshall
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Went after the storms earlier today, there was some minor flooding and mud. It nothing too serious. I only saw two other groups of people the entire time I was here. It’s a nice park and well maintained, once you get back a little bit you cannot hear the road and it is very peaceful. I even saw a few deer.

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Dolores Adolf
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enjoyable hike. there are some low lying areas that do get washed out from time to time. there is beaver activity and bogs fill with water foul.

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Jennifer Vales
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I'm going to start by saying the trails had a bunch of broken glass on them. More so in a few spots. We had to be careful with my dog's paws. My pup is on the large side, so one of us acted as an air traffic controller and the other guided him from behind. It was manageable with a two person, one pup crew. Otherwise, the trails were nice. The bog was a beautiful feature. The pup had fun with the small frogs hopping around the bog. We saw a good number of butterflies. One of the more narrow, overgrown trails was covered with huge spiderwebs. I did a lot of ducking at first, then went to a full naruto run at one point as they were unavoidable in the trail section. It's summer in the woods, so what can you do? One area consisted of mud covered by some wooden planks and 2x4. It was fun to cross. My pup loved the mud and the reemergence of the frogs in this section. The bath afterwards, not so much. At the end of the planks, we ended up at a sign that said we were trespassing on private property. Oops, we read the map wrong. Overall, it was a nice walk with nice features. No mosquitoes bit us and no ticks hitched a ride home with us. I'd give it a 4/5- we thought it was a nice time, but the glass that was all over the place detracted from it. Bear, our brindle pup, gave it a full 5 stars- he loved it.

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Joshua Band
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Will Riffe
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Kimberly Knight
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Juelia Simon
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Mark Lay
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Nice trail system and scenery. Several trails to choose from or combine to make a longer hike.

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The Millards
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Nice short trail close to home. Very flat and very easy.

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Bonnie Sauter
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Can't wait to return after leaves change. Great hike for beginners to get their feet wet, lovely scenery and well marked trails.

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Gina Davis
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Easy trail through the woods. Flat the entire way and great for beginners.

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Martin N.
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great place google the Black Run Preserve for a full printable map.

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Matthew Ross
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Daniel Hoover
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Matthew Ross
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BRIAN TOAL
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John Eaton
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Hannah R
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Letty Leticia
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Allison & Martin Volkerijk
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Tyler Weikel
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