TravelStorys

TravelStorys

TravelStorys is a free app that uses your location to share authentic stories by locally sourced audio guides. Drive, walk, bike, or paddle along a tour route. Stories about history, wildlife, culture, and more will automatically play as you pass by so you can travel at your own pace.Start a tour and let our technology do the rest. Less like an app and more like a compass, TravelStorys works offline and inside a pocket. Download a tour, hit the play button, and focus on your surroundings instead of your device.

 

Healing Trails

Click here to explore the Healing Trails mobile tour.

Enjoy our audio and pictorial tour of Healing Trails – Greenway Meadows. Click on the green arrow to access the tour. There are three trails, indicated by green (handicap accessible, paved trail), yellow (relatively flat, unpaved trail), or red (more challenging, uphill trail) icons. Click an icon to view the story and pictures, and make sure your audio is on. Click the play button to hear the story, and click the images to read their captions. We hope you are inspired!

This tour was created in memory of Edie Howard. Sponsors include: Family and friends of Edie Howard, Horizon Foundation, Inc., The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Hamilton.

The Healing Trails – Greenway Meadows tour was first introduced in conjunction with the Healing Trails art exhibition at the Johnson Education Center. Click here to read more.

 

 

Abbott Marshlands

Click here to explore the Abbott Marshlands mobile tour.

The Abbott Marshlands is composed of 3,000 acres of wetlands and uplands located on the western edge of central New Jersey just below Trenton. The diverse habitats – freshwater tidal and non-tidal marshes and swamps, ponds, and woodlands – are home to many kinds of plants and animals, as well as several historic sites.

D&R Greenway has been active in protecting the Abbott Marshlands for 25 years. Working with partners, we were instrumental in establishing Mercer County’s Tulpehaking Nature Center, where you can learn about the archaeological, historic, and natural treasures of the Marsh. Visit the Marsh website or TravelStorys GPS to learn more about this local treasure, or click here to view an aerial video of the Marsh.

Coming Soon: Tour St. Michaels Farm Preserve

Our Mission: To Preserve & Care for Land and Inspire a Conservation Ethic, Now and Forever

Land Preserved
20,838 Acres
Upcoming Events
Oct 26

2019 Masquerade Ball

6-10 pm

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Nov 01

Art Reception: Souls of the Soil

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