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Follow the Goshen Pond Trail for half of the loop and then dip down briefly to the Maple Island/Burnt Mill Rd.


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Map Key

9.7

Miles

15.6

KM

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Singletrack

90' 27 m

High

50' 15 m

Low

68' 21 m

Up

67' 21 m

Down

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Avg Grade (0°)

2%

Max Grade (1°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Allowed

Features Pump Track

Family Friendly Despite a few sugary sand spots, trail is easy to ride with 4" tires. Trail is mostly sandy/dirt roads, and some double wide tracks. Teenagers should be able to ride all the trail with little walking.

Open all year round.

Overview

The Class 1 trail loop goes all around Goshen Pond, with several nice views of the Mullica River. There is also a fun section with lots of moguls.

Need to Know

There is a year round parking lot at Goshen Pond Campgrounds. There is also an outhouse at Goshen Pond Campgrounds.

Description

Starting at Goshen Pond, there is year round parking. Next, follow the white blazes of the Goshen Pond Trail up and around the pond. Then along the Maple Island Road / Burnt Mill Loop (Red) with red blazes. And finally back to Railroad Ave.

The wetlands timber consist of red maple, pin oaks, and Atlantic white cedar. There are several swamps that lay along meandering tannin stained creeks. The upland forest with dense shrubs and blueberries create cover for game animals snd birds.

Your Ridge Rider, C. Kramer. eNJoy!

History & Background

In 1750, George Marple made a dam on the Mullica River for his sawmill operation. The seemingly unlimited supply of old growth forest made for a prosperous mill town, and a "land of milk and honey". Marple Mill Pond became known appropriately as Goshen Pond.

Contacts

Shared By:

Charles Kramer

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Photos

Bridge over Mullica River
Nov 9, 2022 near Chesilh…, NJ
The trail turns away from the river.
Feb 12, 2023 near Chesilh…, NJ
Goshen Pond Bridge
Feb 12, 2023 near Chesilh…, NJ
Parking lot
Feb 12, 2023 near Chesilh…, NJ
Sandy intersection
Feb 12, 2023 near Jackson, NJ
Mullica River and turn
Feb 12, 2023 near Jackson, NJ

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