About Rancocas Pathways

In 2014 a group of citizens sat down and said what can be done w/ the Rancocas Creek?  What was the future of the Creek?

The NJ State Park Service had asked for an assessment on the tide-water seP1020735 (2)gment through the Rancocas State Park as a possible multi-use bluewater trail.  There was a gathering interest in a National Water Trail.   These elements merged forming Rancocas Pathways.

Rancocas Pathways a legally registered 501(c)(3) organization is governed by a Board of Directors and a Steering Committee that solicits numerous opinions from an ad-hoc community oversight organization.

The Rancocas State Park Bluewater Trail (NJ’s Finest multi-use water trail), the Burlington County Parks Canoe Trails, Mt. Holly’s Paddling Trail, the Medford Canoe Trail are segments of the Rancocas Creek to be connected by a proposed National Water Trail designation of the Rancocas.

Rancocas Pathways are the managers of the RCNWT nomination and is a registered 501 (c) (3) organization.



Rancocas Pathways Staff and Steering Committee

Rancocas Pathways Annual Reports

Designated Non-Profit Managers of the Rancocas Creek National Water Trail Initiative

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