For the third year in a row, the Lawrence Hopewell Trail will host the Trail and Treat Ride this coming Sunday, October 22, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Village Park in Lawrence (Bergen Street Entrance). Children ages 12 and under and their families are invited to wear Halloween costumes, participate in bike rides and enjoy live music by the School of Rock and free face painting. They will also receive a pumpkin to decorate and trick-or-treat goodie bags.
Celebrate the 10th Annual Fall Festival at Samuel Yellin Elementary School (111 Warwick Rd, Stratford, New Jersey 08084) and stop by Rails-to-Trails booth for more exciting information about the Atlantic Avenue Rail-with-Trail’
Join us for the 2nd annual "Bikes, Beans and Beers" event! This fun and casual biking/coffee tasting/beer specials event will take place on Saturday October 28th just in time for perfect crisp fall biking weather.
YOU MUST BE ABLE TO RIDE SAFELY AND WEAR A HELMET IN THE COSTUME. FUN GROUP TRAIL BIKE RIDE. 4 ‐ 6 MILES. LIGHTS‐SOUND‐VIDEO The event is FREE, but we are collecting food for the Food Bank of South Jersey. Bring your canned goods! Push it forward!
The Wissahickon Gateway Plan is a 12-month study to coordinate immediate and long-term improvements in the area. The project will consider new development, transportation and safety upgrades, trail connections, waterfront access, and environmental constraints.
Help cleanup our Delaware River with the team from United By Blue! All supplies provided, all ages and abilities welcome. We’ll meet at the Frankford Boat Launch and will be cleaning the newly opened K&T Trail.
November 4, 2017 | 10:00am - November 5, 2017 | 4:00pm
The LEISURELY ride is open to all ages. We don our Tweed and ride our bikes through historic Philadelphia. Stopping halfway for a picnic lunch (pack your own) at Washington Square. Many folks ride vintage bicycles, but others ride modern bikes or rent from Indigo, all welcome.
Enjoy the beautiful fall weather this November 4th by helping us LOVE OUR PARK! We’ll be cleaning a community favorite, Lardner’s Point Park, located at the base of the Tacony-Palmyra bridge. In addition to clearing tires and trash from the river, volunteers will be planting, gardening, maintining the trail, and so much more! Refrehsments provided and all ages and abilities welcome!