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Find the top rated atv trails in Somers Point, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Recently relocated to the area and I couldn’t wait to explore the bike trails and learn a bit more about the area. This trail is magnificent!
Nice, easy flat ride
Nice easy, beginner path. Can grab something to eat before aor after at nearby Piza place on corner of Linden/Berlin Rd.
Wonderful ride. Follow the pipeline in between the 1st section. You ride on grass for a bit, and then you come to the 2nd trail head. People were friendly. I rode on a Saturday, and was surprised that it wasn't crowded. Easy trail
This is a great trail to walk or run. Biking is fun too to cover longer distances, but it is ideal for walking. Not sure why they mention asphalt and the ability to in-line skate as there’s basically no way to do it since the surface is not paved - a mix of stone, sand and pine needle leaves. The trail has beautiful scenery of the local pine trees and is well shaded! I remember the old trail - what an upgrade this is. Lots of room and space!
Not much to see. Narrow path.that runs thru Runnemede. Parking lot at end of trail has signs regarding towing unless restaurant patron. No shade, walk is completely in the sun.
I am discovering the beauty of NJ. This trail offers lots of shade while walking so you can still probably enjoy it on a hot summer day.
This is awesome! I start at the very beginning at route 109 in Cape May and go all the way up to where the back entrance of the county park is. GREAT workout and so peaceful!
One of the highlights of vacationing is Lewes is riding this trail. Well maintained and marked, and people are very friendly. Many residents along the trail have decorated entrances which my 10yo enjoys looking for/at while we ride
FYI I was stopped along this trail by a ranger and was told no electric vehicles on the trail and was told to take the road. I’m always very very respectable to everyone I pass along the trails. This is very disappointing as I was using this trail to stay off the main road and wanted to go see the light house.
The path is as described. Pine needle paths, flat, and a new raised walkway over some marshy areas was added in 2020. Dogs are not allowed. A nice shady walk for the most part.
Flat, well-maintained with very little road biking. Other bikers are very friendly, and the views are beautiful.
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