Map of bike paths / walking paths in Middletown and Jersey Shore, NJ


Recreational trails for walking and cycling in Middletown & Jersey Shore, New Jersey

Middletown and Jersey Shore, New Jersey map area

Middletown and Jersey Shore, New Jersey

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Asbury Beach Boardwalk

Atlantic City Boardwalk

Atlantic County Bikeway

Barnegat Branch Trail

Belmar Boardwalk

Cape May Boardwalk

Cold Springs Bike Path

Edgar Felix Memorial Bikeway

Freeehold and Jamesburg Railroad Trail

Henry Hudson Trail

Linwood Bike Path

Long Branch Beach Boardwalk

Manasquan Reservior Perimeter Trail

Ocean City Bike Path

Ocean City Boardwalk

Ortley Beach Boardwalk

Point Pleasant Boardwalk

Sandy Hook Multi-Use Path

Sea Girt Boardwalk

Sea Isle City Boardwalk

Seaside Heights Promenade

Spring Lake Boardwalk

Thompson Park Trail

Union Transportation Trail

Wall Township Bike Path




Regional Trails

Middletown is located in Central New Jersey and is adjacent to Sandy Hook Bay. There are numerous communities along the Jersey Shore from Sandy Hook to the south.

Beachfront Boadwalks

Many of the beach communities in this part of New Jersey have boardwalks and paved pathways for bike riding and/or pedestrian use. These communities include: Red Bank, Atlantic Highlands, Sandy Hook, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Avon-By-The-Sea, Belmar, Lake Como, Spring Lake, Sea Girt and Point Pleasant.

Henry Hudson Trail

The Henry Hudson Trail is a 23.3 mile long mostly paved pathway system located in East-Central New Jersey. The route includes several separate sections of pathways that span between Freehold and Atlantic Highlands.

The Henry Hudson Trail is part of the Monmouth County Park System and was constructed along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and goes through the New Jersey countryside passing several local communities. The trail follows the route of an abandoned railroad right-of-way goes through farmland and across wetlands and over streams.

The Henry Hudson Trail travels along the east and north sides of Middletown through the communities of Marlboro Township, Matawan, Keyport, Union Beach, Keansburg and Atlantic Highlands. The trail is paved except for the 2-mile long section along Sandy Hook Bay.

Read more about the Hery Hudson Trail

Sandy Hook Multi-Use Path

The Sandy Hook Multi-Use Path is paved pathway that spans over 8 miles along the Sandy Hook peninsula. The trail follows alongside Hartshorne Drive and Ocean Avenue spaning from Highlands at the north point of Sandy Hook to the community of Sea Bright.

There are pedestrian pathways on each side of the bridge for Navesink Avenue to reach the community of Highlands on the west side of the Highlands Reach waterway.

Union Transportation Trail

The Union Transportation Trail is a 8.8-mile long paved and unpaved pathway that spans between and Hornerstown and Robbinsville in eastern Monmouth County. The trail follows the route of an abandoned railroad right-of-way and goes through the rural countryside. The trail crosses several creek, goes through woodlands and past farms.

The north end of the Union Transportation Trail is located along Hervert Road near Sharon Station Road. The south end is located along Millstream Road to the west of Monmouth Road.

Manasquan Reservoir Perimeter Trail

The Manasquan Reservoir is located to the north of Interstate 195 in the community of Howell. There is a 5-mile long pathway that wraps around the reservoir, going past picnic areas and through thick woodlands.

Barnegat Branch Trail

The Barnegat Branch Trail is a 11.8-mile long paved and unpaved pathway that spans between Berkeley Township and Barnegat Township. This is a rail trail that follows an abandoned railroad corridor.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails located in Middletown and Jersey Shore, New Jersey.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in New Jersey

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of New Jersey.