Explore the most popular trails near Lambertville with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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road biking
7 days ago

Nice smooth flat trail. Did nearly 8 miles with 8 year old no problem. She loved it. Great place to stop and walk out on the wing dam - people were swimming.

road biking
11 days ago

Lots of fun. Urban, suburban and rural. Industrial and historical. Lots to experience

road biking
15 days ago

My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed riding this trail on our hybrid bikes. The trail is flat, well maintained and lightly used. We saw numerous waterfowl and a very calm great blue heron(twice).

This is more a biking trail than a hikers trail. You start in the heart of Lambertville and move on to a more open country. The might Delaware flows on one side and you can catch glimpses of the river through the trees. Look out for a spectacular river house. The old rail line runs alongside as does a path less traveled.

All of the entrances are on private properties with NO TRESPASSING signs—one at the end Rock Road, one at 676 Rte 518 by the abandoned warehouse, the last being the gated entrance to the SUEZ water treatment plant.

All of the entrances are on private properties with NO TRESPASSING signs—one at the end Rock Road, one at 676 Rte 518 by the abandoned warehouse, the last being the gated entrance to the SUEZ water treatment plant.

mountain biking
1 month ago

It has bathrooms! Yay!

road biking
3 months ago

We call it Whitehorse Princeton ice cream run. Great afternoon ride but challenging on road bike. Hybrid or fitness trail.

This is not great for toad biking. I immediately switched to the road, which I give 5 stars. The trail is not paved and full of gravel patches and rivers. Road is smoooooth.

hiking
4 months ago

ok trail very long and it's a paved road for the most part then some gravel roads , be careful near the abandoned trains they are in very poor condition. gorgeous town and great food but I perfer the woods for hiking.

Very nice ride, I usually go from Washington's Crossing to Stockton . Round trip is approximately 22 miles

Excellent ride from Stockton, north through Raven Rock and onto Pa side. WARNING, one mile south of Stockton bridge,trail is closed, they want to push you out onto rt 611 a dangerous road for 1.2 miles or you have to turn back and cross Stockton Bridge to Jersey side then down to Lambertville, New Hope

Very nice trail. Easy and with lots of shade in between!

mountain biking
Sunday, July 08, 2018

Crushed gravel trail the whole way with partial sun partial shade. It is heavily traveled but everyone we met were polite. We started at Washington’s Crossing and went up to the Bulls run recreational center and crossed the foot bridge there into Pennsylvania. Always a beautiful ride! There are some parts of the towpath on the Pennsylvania side that are closed due to construction so we got kicked out onto the road for a little bit which was not necessarily bad as the gravel on the Pennsylvania side is not as groomed as the New Jersey side. We stopped at new Hope on the way back for lunch add that to your trip!

trail running
Thursday, May 10, 2018

Wonderful run along the canal, spring is the perfect time to enjoy this trail. Wish I had this type of long distance trail back home.

mountain biking
Monday, April 23, 2018

Rode this trail many times. I usually start at Washington's Crosssing and go up through Lambertville and past Stockton a 25 mile round trip. Trail is relatively flat. Beautiful scenery throughout. If your riding on the weekend expect alot of congestion leading in and after Lambertville. It's a must do and my go to spot

mountain biking
Saturday, March 31, 2018

Great for a nice easy bike ride! Good scenery and easy to follow. Not really mountain biking just off road trail.

Started in Stockton and walked to Lambertville. easy walking along the Delaware River. level gravel path.

Monday, May 01, 2017

bicycle and walk

walking
Sunday, August 21, 2016

Beautiful nice walk thru history along the river

mountain biking
Friday, May 06, 2016

I use this ride as a morning out with my husband. We ride from Washingtons Crossing to Lambertville, have breakfast and ride back. It's a flat well maintained trail. The part of the trail we do is a total of 14

Very beautiful scenic view of the Delaware River, along side the tow path where old style barges use to be used for cargo transport. It's only 4.2 miles of easy walk on pretty level gravel terrain.

hiking
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mountain biking
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road biking
2 months ago

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