Tag: walk

POSTPONED – Watchung Mountain Hidden Streams Hike

POSTPONED!!

Registration is now open for the LRWP’s first “Watershed Highlights and Hidden Streams” walking tour of 2020!

Join us Sunday March 29, 2-4 pm as we trace paths through the Watchung Reservation.

Our hike will be led by LRWP Board Member and Rutgers Professor David Tulloch.

We will kick off from the northwest end of The Loop in the Watchung Reservation with a walk down to Blue Brook and Lake Surprise as we talk about the long journey to the Raritan.

Estimated 4 miles of walking.

Registration required. Please check our website for updates, especially in the case of inclement weather.

Sky Top Dr, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

November 9 – Watershed Highlights Walking Tour, Monmouth Battlefield

Please join the LRWP on Saturday November 9, 10-noon for our final “Watershed Highlights and Hidden Streams” walking tour of 2019! This tour will kick off from Monmouth Battlefield and include exploring the Wemrock Brook area of Manalapan Brook Watershed.

This hike will be led by LRWP Board Member and Rutgers Professor David Tulloch, who shares this about his plans for the morning:

“In contrast with past hikes along the river itself, this outing will explore one of the more outermost areas in our watershed. While Monmouth Battlefield State Park is best known for its Revolutionary War history, it is also home to Wemrock Brook and Weamaconk Creek. This hike will bring a different perspective to the battlefield, talking about water and watershed. And, of course, asking where the water delivered by Molly Pitcher was coming from.”

Estimated 4 miles of walking.

Registration required. Please check our website for updates, especially in the case of inclement weather.

Please meet at Monmouth Battlefield State Park visitor center:

16 Business Route 33, Manalapan, NJ 07726

GPS Coordinates
DMS 40° 15’ 22.13” N 74° 19′ 14.59″ W

Directions:
Located approximately 12 miles east of exit 8 of the NJ Turnpike on Business Route 33.

From the NJ Garden State Parkway, take exit 123 to Route 9 south for 15 miles to business Route 33 west. Park is located 1.5 miles on the right.