My wife is a member of approximately 43,000 moms organizations (might be a slight exaggeration), which is great. However, one buddy who’s a new dad was lamenting that there don’t seem to be many dad clubs out there.
Hence, a Dad-Kid hike! All dads/grandfathers/male guardians are welcome to bring their kiddos along for a hike at Crow’s Woods Nature Preserve in Haddonfield on Sunday, May 31! We’ll be hiking about 1 1/4 miles, which should take about an hour (Noon to 1 ish). A waterbottle and solid shoes are highly recommended.
Come on out and take in some nature while meeting some other local dads. Feel free to spread this around, all Dads-Kids are welcome!
If all goes well, this may be the first of many!
This being the internet age, there is (of course) a facebook event – Facebook event page. You can also e-mail me at email@example.com if you aren’t on facebook.
Rancocas Creek… so we meet again…
Long Bridge County Park – Hainspoirt, Burlington County, NJ
Distance: 2.5 miles of trails (I did 3 miles by being a little OCD and walking every bit of every trail, which required some overlap)
Type: Intersecting loops and lollipops.
Difficulty: 2 of 10.
Total score: 5 of 10.
Terrain – woods, marsh, river.
Trailheads – 39° 59.528’N, 74° 48.909’W
All trails lead from the parking lot. And the neighborhood next door. But go into the park and use the parking lot. Get map from board.
Is Spring here yet?
Timber Creek Trails – Timber Creek County Park – Glendora, Camden County, NJ
Distance: Varies greatly, we hiked about three miles this day, with a stop the mandatory stop at the playground. Unsure of how many miles of trails in the park, but its at least 5
Type: Interlocking loops
Difficulty: 3 of 10.
Total score: 7 of 10.
Last updated – 10/9/16
Dogs allowed – Only in the dog park, which is huge and amazing
Stroller friendly? – Yes, if have good trail tires
Bathrooms? – Yes, real bathrooms
Benches – Benches scattered through the park.
Terrain – Hilly, nice views of the creek.
Trailhead – All trails lead from the parking lot – 39° 49.901’N, 75° 3.460’W
Trailhead toward the dog run.