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Visit Boundary Park in Moorestown

  • Mar 2, 2014 · 10:30 AM
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  • Robert B.

    tried to find the park and two seperate navigation systems had me all over Moorestown to no avail

    March 2, 2014

  • Laurie P.

    Boundary Creek Park DIRECTIONS FROM NEAREST HIGHWAY: Take Exit 43 off I-295 and follow signs toward Delran to merge onto Creek Road. After 1.7 miles look for a large blue sign, and turn Right into the park entrance.

    SITE DESCRIPTION: This modern, 34-acre park is easily accessed and has nice examples of different habitats and ecological communities. Visitors can experience fields, shrub/scrub, forest, marsh and river without having to trek far or manage rough terrain. The park has wide, level trails, observation platforms and blinds, good signage, rest rooms and safe parking. The observation platforms overlooking Rancocas Creek can provide interesting sightings in any season. This park was designed specifically for birding and wildlife watching.

    DON'T MISS: The beaver lodge is easily viewed at the end of the boardwalk trail through the bird blind See the far left corner of the trail map.

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    February 28, 2014

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