March 19, 2016
I ride here on my recovery days when I want to keep my heart rate below a certain threshold. Because of the terrain, this makes it an easy place to accomplish this. As another reviewer said the trails are sandy with a lot of pine needles and even some loamy stuff, also, dirt bikes and 4 wheelers have torn up some of the areas. There are really no hills and while the trails are not technical if you want to ride some of the wood walkways or bridges they do require some skills. If you do all the trails, there's a white, blue, yellow and an orange if I recall it's about 5 miles, I even do the short nature trails at the beginning of the park. The trails aren't maintained that well and I've myself cleared fallen trees/branches from the trails when possible. If you want something close to this area with a few hills try Frost Woods Park in East Brunswick or Thompson Park in Monroe (close to Jamesburg but it's technically in Monroe).
none I can think of as this is flat and loamy