This is a short hike mostly along the floodplain of Jacob’s Creek in Hopewell Township, New Jersey, managed by the Friends of Hopewell Valley Open Space. It was just damp and leaf-covered today, but the creek can flow powerfully through here after a rainstorm.

Remnant of stone wall that may have been used to dam Jacob’s Creek for ice harvesting.
Overgrown section of stone wall.
Maybe where some of the stone was quarried to build that dam.
Jacob’s Creek from the bridge.

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