A short stroll from the village of Quakertown is this small gem — a place for quiet hikes through fields and forest and the site of a major wetlands restoration project.
Lockatong Creek meanders through this 250-acre greenway. Two scenic trails follow the stream, then climb a steep bluff overlooking the floodplain.
Dense woodland, critical habitat and a stunning waterfall are protected within this 220-acre park on the Delaware River Bluffs. A short trail leads to a scenic highlight.
A 10-year effort led to the preservation of this natural jewel — 452 acres of forest, meadows and streams with magnificent views of the Delaware River valley. The preserve is part of a belt of protected farms and parkland extending across 800 acres.
This parcel on the steep western shoulder of Musconetcong Mountain is the central piece in a cluster of protected woodland that now encompasses more than 140 acres.