Saddlers Woods Conservation Association

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  • Address: 250 MacArthur Blvd, Haddon Township, NJ 08108, USA, United States
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  • Tags: Outdoors, Forest, Family And Kids

Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association is a nature preserve in Haddon Township. It is run by a nonprofit organisation dedicated to restoration, education and research of the Saddler’s woods. This area is a 25-acre urban forest. The park is a great place to enjoy a quaint stroll. It is pet friendly and is also safe for kids. The Saddler’s Woods Conservation Association is a commendable attempt in preserving the nature.

  • Saddlers Woods Conservation Association Address: 250 MacArthur Blvd, Haddon Township, NJ 08108, USA, United States
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  • It was a beautiful day with overcast weather. I have accidentally entered the trail in the saddler woods. What I have experienced is totally awesome. The long trees, the small creek, the wooden trunk to cross the creek, and the bike trail. In one of the winter, I have taken the snow sledge to come down the bike trail ramp. It was no poconos but the fact that I could get snow tubing experience right at home is awesome. There are two boards explaining the significance of the woods and Mr Saddler. Nice history, beautiful preservation.

  • The headwaters of the Newton Creek. An old forest with a large and dedicated group of Stewardship.

  • I started coming out here since it was a farm many years ago. I'm glad some is still here to walk around

  • Nice area of old forest. Poplars, Oaks, Maples

  • Small wooded area. Good for a quick walk but isnt big enough for a substantial hike. It was pretty muddy when I visited, even though it had not rained for a few days.

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