D&R Greenway Events

The Marie L. Matthews Art Gallery at our Johnson Education Center in Princeton is open for reserved timed viewings of “Recovery” the Garden State Watercolor Society’s 51st Annual Juried Exhibition. All other In Person Events are on HOLD. Join us for one of our virtual events! Check back for future in-person events as it becomes safe to do so.

While we are unable to congregate together in this time,
ALL of our trails are OPEN!

In Hopewell and Pennington:

❏ St. Michaels Farm Preserve (all trails) from Princeton Avenue and Aunt Molly Road

❏ Cedar Ridge Preserve from Stony Brook and Van Dyke roads

❏ The Sourlands Ecosystem Preserve D&R Greenway trailheads on Mountain Road and Featherbed Lane

❏ Penn View Heights (from Kunkel Park) in Pennington

❏ Hopewell Connector Trail above Hopewell borough

❏ Woosamonsa Ridge Preserve – there is limited pedestrian access until Hopewell Township completes the parking area to be built on Woosamonsa Road; please do not park on private properties

In or very nearby Princeton:

❏ Greenway Meadows, Iron Mike Trail & Labyrinth, accessible from Rosedale Road and at the Johnson Education Center in Princeton

❏ The Charles Evans Children’s Discovery Trail at the intersection of Drakes Corner and Province Line roads

❏ Kate’s Trail in on Elm Ridge Road

In the Amwells:

❏ Omick Woods in East Amwell

❏ Cider Mill Grassland Preserve in East Amwell

❏ Dry Run Creek Trail in West Amwell

❏ Pryde’s Point Trail in West Amwell

 

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– Linda Mead, President & CEO, D&R Greenway

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