Trail Guides

Salem County is one of the few places in New Jersey for enjoying plentiful wide open space. This driving route connects a number of such locations; scanning the vast Mannington Marsh from a bridge, or beholding the Delaware River just where it widens to become the Bay, or observing the miles of wetlands leading into Mad Horse Creek Wildlife Management Area. The route passes through historic Salem City and it is worth a stop at the Visitors Center and the Salem County Historical Society so you can better appreciate the pieces of history you will pass along the way.

1::Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
2::Pointers-Sharptown Road Bridge at Nimrod Road
3::Salem River Wildlife Management Area
4::Elsinboro Neck
5::Alloway Creek Watershed Wetland Restoration Site
6::Abbotts Meadow Wildlife Management Area
7::Stow Creek Bald Eagle Nest Viewing Platform
8::Stowneck Road to Mad Horse Creek Wildlife Management Area
9::Maskells Mill Wildlife Management Area
10::Mill Pond Road