Washington Crossing State Park Trails

Titusville, New Jersey 8560

Washington Crossing State Park Trails

Washington Crossing State Park Trails Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Washington Crossing State Park offers ideal trails for first-time and expert hikers, who frequently spot white-tailed deer, raccoons, and squirrels. Migrating birds as well as the screech owl, great-horned owl, red-shouldered hawk, and Eastern bluebird can often be seen or heard along the stream and ravine.

You’ll see the forest in different stages of development, in addition to a variety of shrubs and wildflowers. Plan on stopping at the 1700-square-foot, barrierfree interpretive center for exciting and educational hands-on exhibits as well as a classroom and learning lab, computer station, live-observation beehive, and live and preserved wildlife specimens. A naturalist is available to answer any questions."

Washington Crossing State Park Trails Trip Reports

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3/28/2006
The trail system in Washington Crossing State Park is well marked and nice when you're in the mood for an easy walk in the woods. Very historical, too.
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Trail Information

Titusville
Nearby City
1.3
Distance
Minimal
Elevation Gain
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
Day Hike
Duration
Dawn to dusk
Season
Washington Crossing State Park
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