VISIT THE ABBOTT MARSHLANDS
The Abbott Marshlands stretch from the southern edge of Trenton, through Hamilton and Bordentown Townships, and end in Bordentown, New Jersey.
The tidal freshwater wetlands that characterize the marshlands are one of the most valuable, yet threatened, ecosystems in New Jersey. Surrounded by an area of upland bluffs, the lowlands and marshes stretch to the Delaware River. Although some of the area is privately owned, over 3000 acres have been preserved as open space, providing the public with a number of opportunities to experience the varied habitats of the Marshlands.
The numbered map below shows the location of key access points within the Marshlands. For further information, refer to individual locations from the menu above.
- Spring Lake at John A. Roebling Memorial Park
- Tulpehaking Nature Center
- Watson Woods at John A. Roebling Memorial Park
- Northern Community Park
- Bordentown Bluffs
- Bordentown Beach
- D&R Canal State Park Towpath
- Duck Island Created Wetland
- Trenton Boat Ramp