Rancocas Pathways, the Offical  Applicant  of
the Rancocas Creek National Water Trail, nomination
Website Undergoes Regular Development
  Pine Barrens Non-Tidal Canoe and Kayak Liverys
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Rancocas Pathways Inc.
Offical Applicant of the RCNWT nomination

Rancocas Pathways, a 501c3 organization dedicated 2 enhanced
 multi-use public access n promotes the nomination
 of a Rancocas Ceek
Water Trail through fun, recreation,
stewardship, exercise,
conservation and education.

N. Branch Water Gauge Click Here

N. Branch Tide Chart Click Here

Paddling Maps of Mt. Holly

Mill Dam

St. Andrew's Reach:  Site of the historic channel of the N. Branch. Landmark by park bench.  
  Read the Creek:  Low Tide Shallows,  Fast current in shallow    water.

Monroe Park:  Site of historic channel of the North Branch, b4 Flood Control Channel.
Read the Creek:  B alert for shallows and mud-bank.  

The Narrow's

Mill Race

Flood Channel

    Horizontal Weir 
Read the Creek:  This line means the creek drops off and is not safe to paddle.  Not safe to paddle under foot-bridge.

King Street Bridge

Mt. Holly Oxbow

Mt. Oxbow Map 2

Thanks Allen, Photo from Mt. Holly photographer Allen Hollowell over at AJH Designs.  North Branch, Mill Dam and Pool.

Above Mt. Holly the Rancocas Creek is non-Tidal.  Burlington County Parks excellent Cane Trail should not be missed when paddling and exploring the Rancocas Creek.

Burlington County Parks System is eager to invite you to experience this beautiful waterway by paddling the 14-mile Rancocas Creek Canoe Trail. From Burlington County College's Pemberton Campus through Historic Smithville Park and on to Mill Dam Park in Mount Holly, this trail will give you the chance to get outdoors and see one of Burlington County's most serene and breathtaking resources.