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Take a Hike in Roxbury, NJ

– of all the paths you take in life, make sure some of them are dirt –

October 2020 – Trails are open, as long as hikers can respect one another, and be safe by staying at least six feet apart. Bring a mask, and use it when passing other hikers. Let’s work together so we can continue to enjoy a break outdoors from social distancing at home!

You don’t need to travel far to get away from it all. Hiking in Roxbury is a fantastic outdoor adventure for residents and visitors alike. There are plenty of earthen trails to discover, varying from short and easy to steep and strenuous. Although Roxbury’s trails tend to be on the shorter side, several connect to trails in neighboring towns.

Be sure to check out the maps of each trail before exploring, and use the AllTrails.com app; all our trails are listed there. 

Browse through the content for safety and planning tips, including the blog page for up-to-date info. Plan your next hike today!

Horseshoe Lake to West Morris Greenway

A five-mile level out-and-back trail, perfect for a 10-mile bike ride.

Black River Park

A short hike alongside Black River Pond, this trail is great for kids. Connects to trails in Randolph and Mine Hill.

Veterans Park

There are four trails to choose from in this park, each with views of the Succasunna Valley.

Ledgewood Park/
Morris Canal Park

A challenging climb to a view over Ledgewood, and glacial rock formations to explore.

Ice Age Trail at Orben Park

Steep climb to the ridgeline, and connections to trails in Mt. Arlington.

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There is always something new to check out in the Roxbury trail system.

Not all those who wander are lost.

J. R. R. TOLKIEN

About Us

The Roxbury Trails Committee is proudly run by volunteers.

We could use your help; please consider adopting a trail.

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Roxbury Recreation
72 Eyland Avenue
Succasunna, NJ 07876

973-448-2015

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