Trail Users


A Multiple-use Trail System Depends on Everyone

The trail system at Asbury Woods supports multiple uses, providing easy access both for residents and visitors to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.

Each year thousands of hikers, mountain bikers, skiers and dog walkers make use of the trail network at the Nature Center. This system of multiple types of recreational activities occurring on the same trails depends upon respect and courtesy for other users and for the fragile ecosystems that make Asbury Woods a valuable regional resource. 

Trail use is also free of charge and open to the public 365 days a year. Hundreds of volunteers contribute a significant amount of time to helping to maintain the trail conditions and to making needed improvements such as the construction of bridges and boardwalks.

If you are a trail user who would like to join this effort, please visit the Volunteer Opportunities page to learn more.

The trails also benefit from financial contributions from individuals and groups. If you are interested in making a donation to support the Nature Center, please visit the Ways to Give page. All trail users can lend a helping hand in caring for the trails by responsibly disposing of trash and recyclables.