Family/Path Riding (click the name for more info)
Henry Hudson Trail : There are three sections - (1) Northern section(about 10 miles long) runs from Aberdeen, along Route 36, to Atlantic Highland. One of the southern sections (each about 5 miles long) starts in (2) Matawan running paralell to Route 79 to Marlboro. The second southern section runs from (3) Marlboro to Freehold.
Manasquan Reservoir(Howell NJ) : Route 9 south to jug handle turn at Georgia Tavern Rd. Cross over Route 9 make a right onto Windeler Road. Proceed about 1 1/2 miles to park entrance on left. The trail is 5 miles around the reservoir.
Delaware / Raritan Canal : Starts in New Brunswick and follows the canal thru Bound Brook, Millstone, Princeton, Trenton, New Hope/Lambertville, Frenchtown to Milford.
Sandy Hook Multi Path:(Gateway National Recreational Area). Five mile paved path begins at the park entrance passing dunes, forest, beaches and historic sites to the ferry landing.
EDGAR FELIX TRAIL:(Allaire State Park to Manasquan) Five and a half mile paved trail from Allaire State Park to Main Street Manasqan.
MIDDLESEX GREENWAY: Middlesex Greenway is a multi-use trail in New Jersey running from the town of Metuchen to Woodbridge, for a total length of 3.5 miles
PRINCETON FORRESTAL CENTER: (Princeton) Delaware Raritan Canal extends along the entire western boundary. John P. Moran Woods on the eastern portion of the project provides a network of scenic trails, walkways and bicycle paths.
HOLMDEL PARK (Holmdel) Multi use trials (Ramanessin, Steeplechase, Homestead and Fern Path) provide almost 4 miles of scenic riding.
DUKE FARM (Hillsboro) 12 miles of bicycle trails (paved and gravel) through the beauty of its natural setting and the diversity of its wildlife .A perfect afternoon out seeing all the sites on this magnificent 2740 acres parcel of private land.
THOMPSON PARK (Lincroft) 4.9 paved trail that loops around and through the park. It is partly shaded and passes the small lake .
SADDLE RIVER COUNTY PARK (Bergen County) The paved path is 6 mile long following the Saddle River and Ho-Ho -Kus brook featuring waterfalls, ponds, playgrounds, shaded picnic areas and tennis courts.