Friday, June 26, 2020

D&R Greenway’s New Tradition: Staycation Suggestions on their 21,000 acres of trails

Take a Staycation on D&R Greenway’s 21,000 Acres of Preserved Land

The Dry Run Creek trail near Lambertville leads into cool, forested beauty. The charming, ledge-bound tributary of Moore's Creek flows into the nearby Delaware River. The trail meanders along the top of a steep-sided valley with views of an old stone wall, ancient oaks and ferns. It crosses three rustic bridges including the Arthur and Marilyn Sales Bridge named by a daughter for her parents. Look for the D&R Greenway sign at the parking area on Route 518 and find a map and info on the kiosk. 

More info: www.drgreenway.org

Our Mission: To Preserve & Care for Land and Inspire a Conservation Ethic, Now and Forever. Learn more at www.drgreenway.org.

Photograph of the Arthur and Marilyn Sales Bridge at Dry Run Creek by Cindy Taylor, D&R Greenway Assistant Director of Stewardship

May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view.—Edward Abbey