Merchantville Bike Path

New Jersey

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Merchantville Bike Path Facts

States: New Jersey
Counties: Camden
Length: 1.05 miles
Trail end points: Euclid Avenue and Cove Road
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Rail-Trail
ID: 6015037

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Merchantville Bike Path Description

The Merchantville Bike Path gently oscillates through Merchantville Borough, paralleling Chestnut Avenue. The paved 1-mile trail provides a pleasant route dotted with tall pines and leafy shade trees through residential neighborhoods leading to a busy commercial area on its east end.


The rail-trail is part of The Circuit, an interweaving network of trails in the Philadelphia and Camden area.

Parking and Trail Access

A large parking area is available along Chestnut Avenue toward the east end of the trail.

Merchantville Bike Path Reviews

Nice Exercise Path

s

Great spot for walking or jogging, nicely paved path. Several benches, a gazebo, and some garden areas along the route.

My dog loves it

s

I have been a resident of Pennsauken for over 25 years and I love this trail. I take my dog for his daily walk from one end to the other almost every day. My only complaint is the snow/ice removal in the winter. This is a major hazard. I slipped and broke my ankle using the trail March 2014. Other than that, I will continue to use the trail daily.

Merchantville Rail Trail

s

Being a resident of Merchantville for many years, I have used this trail often and enjoyed it. I'm looking forward to it extending toward Maple Shade and beyond. This has the potential to be a beautiful route and hope that it doesn't fall to the wayside. The need for these safe pedestrian routes grows more obvious when considering the future of a post carbon society.

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