The Sanctuaries are near Exit 30B of I-287. For driving map and written directions use the Web Map link on this page.
Birds are the principal focus. Three short hiking trails plus the Patriots’ Path that connects to Morristown National Historical Park [Jockey Hollow section]
There are three blazed trails, ranging from 0.3 to 1.3 miles [total miles: 2.3]. A branch of the Patriots' Path [blue path-and-tree-logo on white] connects to the Jockey Hollow section of the Morristown National Historical Park.
Use the Web Map link on this site for a trail map and trail descriptions. Click to view a detailed description of a hike in the Sanctuaries
Owned by the NJ Audubon Society and encompassing 275 acres adjacent to the NJ Brigade Encampment Area at Jockey Hollow, the Scherman-Hoffman Sanctuaries include woodland, field, and floodplain habitat supporting over 200 species of wildlife. Birds are the primary focus of the sanctuaries, but there are also several hiking trails.