49 Rancocas Road
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060

County Parks and Historic Sites

Long Bridge Park
Long Bridge Park
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Long Bridge History

Encompassing 115 acres, Long Bridge park has welcomed visitors, since 2005, to a forested sanctuary along the Rancocas Creek. With upland and lowland forests, a freshwater pond and wetlands, tidal marshland, creek shoreline, and meadows, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing and picnicking in a rustic natural setting along the Rancocas Creek. Two age-appropriate play areas and several picnic pavilions are also available in a beautifully landscaped central trailhead area.

The Park also offers a chance to see nature at its finest. Observation blinds are sited to capture a variety of habitats and the wildlife they support. While using these blinds or hiking trails, visitors might see white-tailed deer, red fox, gray squirrels, beavers, cottontail rabbits, red-tailed hawks, great blue herons, and a wide variety of waterfowl.

Facilities and Activities include:
• Hiking, biking trails
• Age-appropriate play areas
• Picnic areas with group pavilions
• Wildlife observation blinds
• Drinking fountains
• Restroom facilities

Trail Use - Long Bridge Park has 2.5 miles of marked trails traversing a variety of terrain types. Please stay on the trails. Most park trails are designated for shared use by hikers and all-terrain bikers. All-terrain bikes must yield to hikers, and bikers must dismount at boardwalk crossings and stairs. The orange trail is for hikers only. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are also welcome when trails are snow-covered. Equestrian use is not permitted.

Park Hours - The park is open to the public from 8AM to dusk.

Long Bridge Facility Chart Pavilion Photos

Click here for locations of pavilions at this park

Facility Use Policies and Procedures

No applications will be accepted without confirmation of an available date by phone.