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Find the top rated atv trails in Trenton, 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.
Solid trail, goes through farmland and the backs of some businesses. Not much shade, but there are enough trees to make you feel far from society. The crushed gravel is easy to ride, the trail is mostly flat, and the mile markers are very convenient.
This Trail is nice and clean and level through a wooded area with Rippling Brooks and lots of wildflowers. Great space for grandparents and active grandkids! Needless to say the grandma was lagging behind a bit.
Nice flat wide trail. Good for walk, run or bike. We stayed to left at the fork and trail ended at an old train station. Wawa was next door in case your in need of a drink or restroom.
Great trail to get your exercise on. Now it’s tied in with the Upper Bucks trail so it’s about 25 miles round trip. Scenic and quiet. Pass by the Saucon Valley Country Club, large “starter castles” in Weyhill, and ride as you meander by the Saucon creek. I love this trail and ride it quite often. There’s a slight grade going south that you really don’t notice until you head back north. It’s ever so slight but if you’re riding a bike you’ll feel the difference. Well maintained and clean. Highly recommend the Saucon Rail Trail.
Has parking at both ends of the trail. Very wide walking trail, shaded area year round. Not enough trash cans for dog poop.
This is a very quaint trail and is under a 1/2 mile, one way. If you start at Linden Street, continue to the end of the residential street past Liberty Bell elementary, and then go back to Linden, the total distance is under 2 miles. Nice residential area! If you are short on time, this is the perfect trail to try!
Road from kintnersville to Erwinna. Beautiful scenery. Saw a muskrat, Ducks and turtles. Trail narrows at times. We went on a week day. I am sure the weekends with more people would become challenged at points. All gravel trail.
I rode this trail for the second time. The last time I rode it was almost 7 years ago. The surface is packed gravel and can be ridden with just about any type of bike. I rode my hybrid without any slippage. There are a few streets crossings but cars stopped for me each time. At the beginning of the trail in Long Valley, there are horse farms and in the last few miles before High Bridge, keep an eye out for the gnome homes. Much of the trail flanks the Raritan River. There are a few places along the way to get coffee or a snack. Great ride for all levels.
Someone is placing man-made objects to cause flat tires on the part of the trail between Newton and Lafayette. Have a spare tube on you just in case. Had to cut my ride short because of a flat caused by a plastic spiked ball placed right in the middle of the trail. Good trail for a mountain bike or a hybrid though. Will come back to complete it.
The trail is in a word... AWESOME!!! Beautifully traversing the shore line with multiple picturesque opportunities! A true Monmouth County jewel!!!
Started at the trail end near Phoenixville did 11 miles towards Oaks. It was a beautiful day and not many people on trail. Most of the way the views were great and trail was very wide. Some hills but not to bad.
The map isn't really clear where the path picks up from Rockledge Park toward Philly and how long you have to be on roads with cars.
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