Mark Widmer's

Trail Map Links Page

Have you ever arrived at a trail head and walked over to where they provide free trail maps, only to find they are completely out of them?

That's why this page was created.  Here you'll find links to online trail maps, which you can download and print out for your own use.

Disclaimer: this is not meant to be an, exhaustive list of trail maps.  Providing such a list would be, well, exhaustive.  This is just a list of maps where I have enjoyed hiking, mostly near where I live in central New Jersey or where I grew up in eastern Connecticut.

New Jersey trail maps

Arranged geographically, north-to-south.


Delaware Water Gap trail map.

Access from I-80 is just east of the Kittatinny Point Visitor Center

Pyramid Mountain Natural Historical Area north of Boonton.  There is a zoomable, scrollable trail map and a full-sized trail map.

Be sure to check out Tripod Rock, located in grid E4 of the Pyramid Mountain Area map.

The Pyramid Mountain Area trails are maintained by the Morris County Park Commission.

The Sourland Mountain Nature Preserve, west of Belle Mead, is maintained by the Hunterdon County Department of Parks and Recreation.

Six Mile Run Reservoir at the Blackwells Mills office of Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park

Note: the scale on the Six Mile Run map is from 0 to 800 feet, in 200-foot increments.

The full D & R Canal trail

Woodfield Reservation in Princeton:

There is a decent-sized parking lot at the Great Road entrance.  Very limited parking is found on Drakes Corner Road.

Trail map from the official Woodfield web site

Trail map from the New Jersey Trails Association (they have other trail maps too.)

No-frills map posted near Drakes Corner Road; note that north is down.

Close-up of no-frills map showing trail detail somewhat better; again, north is down.

Mountain Lakes, Witherspoon Woods, and Community Park North in Princeton

Herrontown Woods in Princeton

Institute Woods in Princeton

Connecticut trail maps


Mansfield Hollow State Park in Mansfield

Wolf Rock in Mansfield

Starting at Crane Hill Road, it's a short walk east on the trail to Wolf Rock

Pink Ravine and Shelter Falls in Mansfield

One may park either near the cemetery at the lower left portion of the map, or use the spot marked "PARKING AREA" on the map along Birch Road.

Note: the indicated map scale is from 0 to 800 feet.



Updated 11 Dec 2010 .

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