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Camden GreenWay Regional Trail Network

A network of trails spread throughout Camden and its surrounding suburbs, the Camden GreenWay is a beautiful and unique way to experience the City. The Camden GreenWay consists of walking and biking trails connecting Camden, Philadelphia, and the South Jersey suburbs, including the Cooper River Park Trail, Schuylkill River Trail, and the East Coast Greenway. Come explore and walk along the waters of the Cooper River, the back channel of the Delaware River, and Newton Creek. Check out the wildlife in their natural habitat and relax in the peaceful setting.

The Camden GreenWay Trail Network connects over 128 miles of bicycle trails, provides mobility alternatives to the residents of South Jersey, improves public health. and helps the environment. Economic development along the trail corridor will increase property values and employment opportunities. The GreenWay is a fantastic new addition to Camden and its suburbs, and an ideal way to visit and explore the city!

  • Benefits of the GreenWay:
  • Decreased traffic congestion.
  • Strengthen the local economy.
  • Cleaner air and water.
  • Reduced fossil fuel use.
  • Healthier families and residents.
  • Connected and vibrant communities.

For more information, visit these links




Download and read more about the Camden Greenways

Camden GreenWay Map
Regional Trails Map
Final Report - January 2010

WPF UserMap

The Camden GreenWay is a vital part of the Circuit, the Greater Philadelphia's Regional Trail Network. Learn more here!


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