Capoolong Creek
This is an easy, flat 6+ mile roundtrip walk.

"At about four miles long, this linear park features a majestic mature hardwood riparian forest that includes American sycamore and red and silver maples. Several access points allow visitors to tailor the length of their hike. The trail follows the old Lehigh Valley Railroad spur that once terminated in Pittstown, where peaches from this fertile valley were transported to urban areas. Occasionally remnants of the railroad are evident, particularly at the southern trail terminus, where the old train station, slated for restoration, still stands. Spring ephemerals like trout lily and spring beauties can be seen along the trail. While searching for wildlife, enjoy unimpeded views of the stream. This is an excellent place to search for migrating spring warblers such as Northern Parula, Yellow, Black-throated Blue, Yellow-rumped and Black-and-white along with Ovenbird and Wood Thrush. Vireos such as Blue-headed, Yellow-throated and Red-eyed may be seen along the outer edges of the trees." - NJ Audubon Society
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