Northern Stony Brook Greenway

Park Overview:

A hike of three miles takes one through woodlands in varying stages of maturity, wetlands, and open meadows.

Trail Uses:Hiking
Dogs:Dogs on leash
Trail Miles:3 miles
Park Acreage:295 acres
City/County/
State:
East Amwell
Township/Hunterdon/NJ
Park Description:

Located along the ridge of Sourland Mountain, this 295-acre tract of privately owned land straddles the Hunterdon/Mercer county line. It is the headwaters for Stony Brook, and is protected through easements by the Delaware and Raritan Greenway, Inc. This regional land conservancy is protecting and preserving land along the Delaware and Raritan Canal and its tributary streams

Trails Overview:

A hike of three miles takes one through woodlands in varying stages of maturity, wetlands, and open meadows. Hikers are asked to remain on trails through this privately held land. 

Additional trail descriptions

Directions:

Take US 202/NJ 31 south from Flemington to the jug handle turn for Wertsville Road [County 602] east and proceed 3.3 miles to Rileyvile Road. Turn right and, in just under two miles, turn right again on Mountain Road. The parking area is on the left, 0.6 mile from the intersection.  

Directions from other locations.  [Google Maps for nearest intersection:  "Mountain Rd & Rileyville Rd, Hopewell, Hunterdon, New Jersey 08525"]

Contact Information:Delaware and Raritan Greenway Land Trust
6099244646
Region:Central Jersey
Fees:None