The 346-acre Cooper River Park is found on both the north and south shores of Cooper River Lake. The urban park offers bike and pedestrian paths, as well as other recreational facilities. There is a 3.8-mile loop from Cuthbert to Route 130 and another 1.35-mile path from Cuthbert to Grove Street. The park is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Parking and Trail Access
To access the park from Lee's Lane, turn left onto Newton Lake Drive then left onto Merrick Avenue. Turn right onto Bettlewood Avenue and then sharp left to continue on North Newton Lake Drive. After 0.5 mile, turn right onto Route 30/White Horse Pike. After 0.7 mile bear right to continue on Route 30/130/Crescent Boulevard. After 0.6 mile turn right onto North Park Drive. After 0.7 mile turn right into the parking area for Cooper River Park.
From I-295, take Exit 34B for Marlton Pike/ Route 70 West. After 3.9 miles, take the 2nd exit on the right for Cuthbert Boulevard South. Make the first right onto North Park Boulevard. After 0.5 mile turn left into the parking area for Cooper River Park.
easy to get to, biking, walking, running trail
I'm surprised this trail doesn't have more reviews. Anyways, it's a very commonly used trail along Cooper River, which is heavily used for rowing. It's also used all year round as a biking and running trail--I say trail loosely because it's basically ...
Cooper River Park
"This is a great trail for all level bikers but especially enjoyable for beginners! Beautiful views of the river, great parking. "