Trenton-Hamilton Marsh Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This section of John A. Roebling Park brings canine and human through the northernmost freshwater tidal marsh along the Delaware River. The extensive wetlands and associated woodlands attract migrating birds and their watchers. More than 875 vascular plant species; 237 bird, 23 amphibian and reptile, and 29 butterfly species; and at least 60 different kinds of fish live in its ponds, river and streams, uplands, swamp and marshes, floodplain and bluffs.
Your dog will love the cool feel of moist soil, the flurry of winged activity, and the sociability of a popular spot among the local dogs and their human pals. Springtime brings a lot of wildflowers and fragrant magnolias for two-legged hikers to enjoy, unless your dog loves sniffing flowers, too."