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The Dennis Township Bike Path can be found in Cape May County in South Jersey and is part of the Cape May County Trail Network. The trail begins on Woodbine Boulevard, behind the South Seaville Fire Station and extends southward for 2.4 miles within a former railroad right-of-way.
The trail is flat and paved, suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities. It's a straight path, but there are several cross-streets, with marked crossings. The trail ends at the township line, where users can double back to the start point for a 4.8-mile round trip.
At the trail's southern end, it connects with the northern end of the Middle Township Bike Path, which is the next rail-trail segment in the Cape May County Trail Network. The Middle Township Bike Path passes the Cape May County Zoo and continues south to connect with the Cold Spring Bike Path.
There is a trailhead with a small parking area on Woodbine Boulevard, behind the South Seaville Fire Station (489 Main St, South Seaville). Visit the TrailLink map for all options and detailed directions.
Brush is cut back away from 8ft wide paved path. Flat surface, easy walk, run, bike.
Nice bike path leading to Cape May. It feels like an highway. There are nothing to see on each side of the path for few miles.
Nice bike trail to reach Cape May
The Middle Township trail used to end at the Cape May County Zoo. The connector now goes around the zoo to this one. A lot of it went through the woods. There's some sharp turns around privacy Fences so be careful.
As you can see in the user contributed photo a 4 mile extension of the Middle Township path is under construction. Creating a 17 mile seamless paved path between the Dennis Township and Cold Spring (near Parkway exit 0) in Lower Township.
Nice, easy flat ride
Took the family inline skating on this trail. Nicely paved. Some of the road crossings were a little rough on the younger members, but all did very well. Would recommend.
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