Crows Woods Nature Preserve

Upland Way
Haddonfield
NJ

Crows Woods Nature Preserve

Forêt/Espace naturel publiqueParcJardin/Espace PubliqueSite de Jeux/Sport de NaturePromenade dans la natureAccueillant pour les piétonsObs. d'oiseau/de vie sauvageAccueillant pour les enfants

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Crow’s Woods Nature Preserve includes about fifty acres of fairly mature undeveloped forest in an “almost-urban” park with ball fields and mowed lawn areas. Trails wind through beautiful deciduous woodland and streamside habitat, making for a nice getaway stroll where visitors can expect neighborhood wildlife throughout the year, and migrant birds in season.

Open daily from dawn to dusk. Dogs must be kept on leash.
Note -the park can be crowded when sports events are taking place, and noisy when trains pass on the nearby Patco line.

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