A Bike Trail Trail Runs Through These New Jersey Towns And It's The Ultimate Outdoor Playground
Cyclists are spoiled for choice in New Jersey, with some great bike paths both in major cities and in small-town parks and nature preserves. However, you’ve never seen anything like the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail. This massive 69-mile bike trail in New Jersey is the state’s longest trail, making it an ideal extended adventure for cyclists – and it passes through three of the state’s top cultural centers: New Brunswick, Trenton, and my favorite town of Princeton. That means that as you take the bike trail in New Jersey, you’ll have many opportunities to stop, take in the sights, and then get back on the trail. Is this 69-mile adventure something you’re up to? If not, this trail has many entry and exit points along the way, meaning it can be as intense or relaxing as you want it to be!
Have you taken the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail before? Let us know about your journey on this epic bike trail in New Jersey in the comments section! You can find a full map and details on the trail on its AllTrails page, and if you’re an avid hiker or biker, you might want to sign up for AllTrails + before your next adventure. If you’ve made it to Princeton, you’ve earned a treat – why not stop for a visit to New Jersey’s best ice cream shop?