Length: 4 mi (6.4 km)
Elevation: +260/371 ft
Total: 153 riders
Mountain Biking Camden County College
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#110 of 129 mountain bike trails in New Jersey
#1364 in the world
The Camden County College trails seem to be geared towards beginners and intermediate riders, although the newer trails are a bit more challenging. The trails follow a gradual hill down from the college to Rt 42, and runs along a hillside near Rt 42. Although these trails aren't the most challenging, they are fun to ride, and are a good way to get a short ride in after work. The trails are blazed with colored arrows, helping to keep to a specific route, but it's easy to connect any of the trails. These trails are used by various people, so watch out for runners, dirt bikes, and walkers.
Before you go
- No Drinking water
- No E-bikes permitted
- No Fat biking allowed in winter
- No Fee required
- No Lift service
- No Night riding allowed
- No Pump track
- No Restrooms
From North: Take 42 south to exit 7. Turn right at 1st light (Sicklerville Road), then left at 2nd light (Hickstown Road). Turn left at 1st light (Peter Cheeseman Road), then park either in the Gloucester Twp park and ride into the trees or pass the park and park in the college parking lot. The trails are in the woods between the college and the GT park.
From South: Take Sicklerville exit off of 42 North (or exit 43 from AC Expwy), turn left at the end of the exit (Sicklerville Road), then left at the first light (Hickstown Rd). Follow directions above from Hickstown Rd.
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