HIKE MORE....LEARN MORE....NEW JERSEY'S Hike N' Learn! THE Franklin Parker Preserve
We are looking forward to seeing you all out in Chatworth, NJ for the Franklin Parker Preserve Hike N’ Learn. We expect it to be a very exciting and fun time together especially the Sisterhood! The Hike: flat, not much elevation changes. Soft, pine needle or sand surface. Potentially wet areas (PLEASE WEAR WATERPROOF HIKING BOOTS/SHOES AND BRING AN EXTRA PAIR OF SOCKS). Hike Distance: 5-6 miles on the Red/Green Trail The Franklin Parker Preserve: This spectacular 15 square-mile preserve was acquired and is managed by the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and lies in the very heart of the Pine Barrens. There are more than 20 miles of marked trails through a variety of Pine Barrens settings and habitats. A former cranberry farm, the preserve contains some of the most beautiful wetlands in the Pine Barrens and provides critical habitat to more than 50 rare, threatened or endangered species. The Franklin Parker Preserve contains approximately 5,000 acres of wetlands habitat and 4,400 acres of contiguous upland pine oak forest, as well as 14 tributaries that cross the preserve and eventually unite in the Wading River, one of the most popular sites for canoeing in the Pine Barrens.

When:

September 22, 2018
8am - 2pm

Where:

Franklin Parker Preserve
1450 County Rd 532
Meeting Location: 7:30am in the Preserve Parking Lot on Route 532
Chatsworth, NJ 08019
United States
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Creator:

Chasity Davis

862-241-4598 (Please Text Only)

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