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    Gloucester Mt. Ephraim Trail: Gloucester Township Health and Fitness Trail

    The Circuit Trails

    • Sundays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Mondays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Tuesdays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Wednesdays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Thursdays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Fridays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

    • Saturdays

      12am to 11:59:59pm

     Constructed on an abandoned railroad right-of-way, the 2.7-mile Gloucester Township Health and Fitness Trail (GTHF), formerly known as the Blackwood Railroad Trail, links neighborhoods, schools and recreational facilities in Blackwood, Gloucester Township, New Jersey. The new name reflects the township’s commitment to expanding the number of multi-use trails and promoting fitness in the community.


    The paved GTHF begins at Brown and East Atlantic avenues and passes through wooded areas, a large athletic field complex and residential neighborhoods before crossing Elaine Avenue and ending at Main Street by Grenloch Lake. A highlight of the GTHF is a restored red railroad caboose located at Church Street and Railroad Avenue. A mid-trail playground, and a relatively flat route, makes this a perfect outing for those with smaller children, although note that there are several road crossings. Currently the GTHF does not connect to trails on the Circuit network.


    The Gloucester Township Health and Fitness Trail is a part of the Circuit Trails, a vast regional network of hundreds of miles of multi-use trails that is growing in size each year. Explore 100s of miles of happy at


    The trail is open from dawn to dusk. 

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