Neighboring Trails Plans

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Neighboring Trails Plans 2018-02-13T21:25:55+00:00

Randolph Trails

http://www.randolphnj.org/parks_and_recreation/trail_system
Randolph’s trail system runs a 16-mile course traversing five parks, the Clyde Potts Reservoir Watershed and 2,000 acres of pristine open space. The trails link together schools with neighborhoods and connect to Patriots’ Path at Combs Hollow and Old Brookside.

Hike Mendham

http://hikemendham.org/
This site is brought to you by the Mendham Township Open Space Committee.  Special thanks to The Environmental Commission for helping to make this site possible.

Washington Township

http://wtmorris.org/index.php/departments/parks-recreation/trails.html
Due to recent land acquisition by the Morris County Park Commission and the Green Acres Program, hiking opportunities in Washington Township have been expanded.

Morris County Park Commission

http://www.morrisparks.net/
The Morris County Park Commission is committed to excellence in providing for a growing and diverse system of regional parks, recreation facilities, trails, historic sites, arboreta and open spaces of county, state and even national significance that: connects people with the natural environment; offers outstanding visitor experiences; manages its resources to balance recreation, education, conservation and historic preservation; and enhances the quality of life for current and future generations.

NJ State Parks

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/parkindex.html
On America’s first official “Earth Day” — April 22, 1970, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection was born. New Jersey became the third state in the country to consolidate its past programs into a unified major agency to administer aggressive environmental protection and conservation efforts. Former Governor William T. Cahill appointed Richard J. Sullivan as the first commissioner.

Since that day, NJDEP began a role to manage natural resources and solve pollution problems. In what started with about 1,400 employees in five divisions, NJDEP now has a staff of approximately 2,900 and is a leader in the country for its pollution prevention efforts and innovative environmental management strategies.