Posted on December 15, 2014 at 11:24 AM by Charlene Webster
Did You Know...Burlington County Features Regional Trails
Rancocas Pointe Trail is a half-mile trail one way, (1 mile round trip) segment of our proposed Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail. The trail runs behind the Rancocas Pointe subdivision and is accessed from Carlucci’s Restaurant parking lot.
Newton’s Landing Trail is a 1.3 mile segment of our proposed Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail. The trail runs behind Newton’s Landing subdivision, and is accessed from Pennington Park.
The Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail is a designated 14-mile portion of the Rancocas Creek’s North Branch for paddling. From Burlington County College's Pemberton Campus through Historic Smithville Park and on to Mill Dam Park in Mount Holly, this trail will give you the chance to get outdoors and see one of Burlington County's most serene and breathtaking resources.
The first segment of the Delaware River Heritage Trail (DRHT) was constructed by Burlington County and measures 2.8 miles. It links portions of Bordentown Township, Fieldsboro Borough, and Bordentown City via on-road bike striping, over a mile and a half of new sidewalk, directional and interpretive signage and a new trailhead park with parking and picnic tables at the terminus of West Park Street in Bordentown City. The DRHT will ultimately link from the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge in the south to the Calhoun Street Bridge in Trenton to the north. The trail is envisioned to run from Philadelphia to Morrisville on the Pennsylvania side of the river.