We love parks and trails and know you do too. That’s why we’re excited to tell you about a new park in Camden, NJ and two new trail segments in Philadelphia for you to enjoy. A huge new waterfront park is now open along the Camden waterfront and two new segments of trail add more miles of greenway to the Circuit Trails, the region's expansive network of trails.
Every time you plan a trip with GoPhillyGo, you lower carbon emissions, and help reduce air pollution. In addition, spending time outdoors reduces stress and improves your overall well being by allowing you to relax and connect with the outdoors. That’s a win for you and the environment!
All you need to do is download the GoPhillyGo Android app or save the mobile site to your phone or tablet. Enjoy these new destinations and many other great parks and trails around the region, and get there with GoPhillyGo!
Cramer Hill Waterfront Park
Visit this brand new waterfront park in East Camden and enjoy spectacular views of the Ben Franklin Bridge, Philly skyline, and the Delaware River. Hike to the top of a 55 foot tall hillside park that boasts 3 miles of paved trails that loop and wind above the river. Enjoy picturesque views of the Philly skyline and a conveniently placed “selfie stone” for you to take an epic picture of yourself with the skyline as your backdrop.
New Bartram’s Segment
The Schuylkill River Trail at Bartram’s Garden just got an 1,800 foot extension along the tidal Schuylkill River in Southwest Philadelphia. Now visitors can explore even more waterfront in addition to the historic estate of John Bartram and the existing Bartram’s Mile Schuylkill River Trail segment.
Delaware River Trail
Pedestrians and cyclists can now travel on a new section of asphalt paved greenway along Delaware Avenue between Spring Garden Street and Washington Avenue. This key segment is part of a planned six-mile long trail spanning from Allegheny Avenue to Oregon Avenue. Now trail users have a safe connection from Penn Treaty Park in Fishtown to Pier 70 Boulevard in South Philadelphia. Use the GoPhillyGo Central Delaware River Waterfront tour to explore six destinations along this new section of trail.
Participate in the Audubon Christmas Bird Count this weekend at these parks:
READ: GoPhillyGo Visits Cramer Hill Waterfront Park in Camden, NJ
We were so excited that Cramer Hill Waterfront Park is finally open to the public that we took a bike ride to check it out ourselves. Read about our trip from Fishtown to Cramer Hill Waterfront Park in East Camden, New Jersey.