Rancocas photos

Spring Migration. Attests to the vibrant and diverse ecosystems and natural history of the Rancocas State Park Bluewater Trail. Participants discuss the who, what, why, where and how the Egret’s come to the Rancocas Creek tidewater. Creek Mile 18.7
Gaining 1st Hand Impression and an Enhanced Understanding of the Underground Rail Road – Timbuctoo- North Branch Creek Mile 16.5
Paddling by the junction of the Mt. Holly Mill Race (1773) and the North Branch Rancocas Creek Oxbow Channel. Here paddlers observations facilitate discussions on trade, commerce, mill’s, maritime affairs, ecology, natural history and the evolution of community. Creek Mile 15.
Paddling down w others, Provide guided tips that enhance paddling experience. Mt. Holly, 1941, Flood Bypass Channel. Creek Mile 15.7
Whitesbog Water Trail w Upstream Alliance, April. Late Spring Field Trips and expeditions enhance access and promote water quality.
North Branch Mt. Holly. Lunch Time , Weekday, Weekend, Sunrise, Sunset, Daily and at times under a full moon Guided kayak excursions. Rentals available. ingvarja@verizon.net

Managers of the Rancocas Creek National Water Trail Initiative

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