Canal towpath

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A two-story tollhouse, built in the early s, lies on the east side of the bridge and contains a small historical museum. Nearby, you can also explore Minisink Battleground Park, which has walking trails and picnic areas in a historical site of the Revolutionary War. There will be signs and a parking lot, easily visible. Log in Register. Search trails Close.

Delaware Canal Towpath

Explore Our Trails - D & R Canal

The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, road biking, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Hello, this looks like a nice trail. Can anyone tell me where to park, near the entrance of the trail?

D & R Canal Towpath

The historic towpath along the main canal from Bakers Basin Road Trenton to New Brunswick has a natural surface for hiking, jogging, horseback riding, and biking. Horse trailers may be parked in some of the parking areas located along the main canal. The trail along the feeder canal is made of fine textured crushed stone and is for hiking, jogging and biking. No horses are permitted on the feeder canal trail.
Size: 6, acres Fees: No entrance fee. Link to the Related Fees page. Directions: Parking is available in designated parking lots along the canal towpath. The main canal runs from Trenton to New Brunswick with a break at the Route 1 crossing. The feeder canal stretches from Trenton north to Frenchtown along the Delaware River.