Pathway to NJ’s Exemplary and Historic Rancocas Creek Water Trail Kayaking… Contact Pathways. Arrive at 25B Church Street. Register, Check out water trail kayaking locations (from the Pine Barrens to the Delaware River), review the daily guides board for highlighted scenic wonders and wildlife, check out library of books, get some indoor rock climbing in (or not), launch from Mount Holly. Your guide will help help you select your launch and landing point, arrange shuttle and otherwise get you situated to kayak. Check in takes about 15 minutes. After kayaking enjoy amenities in Mount Holly. http://www.rcnwt.com text 609-456-9344
Today’s Guided Kayak Excursion concluded w onset of thunder storm on NJ’s Exemplary and Historic Rancocas Creek Water Trail. Conditions were top notch. Egrets all over the marsh, spotted sand-pipers, wood duck, warblers, turtles galore. Paddle on down. To arrange a guided excursion or rental contact Pathways. http://www.rcnwt.com Paddle on down.
Celebrate National Maritime Day at the Head of Tide, Mount Holly, NJ. 12 Noon – 1700. Art, Music, Kayaking. Help Bridge Differences. 25 B Church Street. http://www.rcnwt.com Mt. Holly’s heritage as a center for America’s maritime is found going back to the Revolutionary War and Early American Privateers; Stephen Girard https://www.ushistory.org/people/girard.htm resident of Mt. Holly; Rancocas Creek as Tidewater Commerce Artery to Delaware River Ports and Much More
NJ’s Exemplary and Historic Rancocas Creek Water Trail. Exit 5 NJ Turnpike. It takes many water drops to make a water drop.