Quaker Bridge to Godfrey Bridge

Total Miles


22.13 ft


2 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

This track takes you to two very good camping spots. Godfrey Bridge has several camp spots and pit toilets. Hawkins Bridge to the north has some large group camps, but be aware you will need to carry all your gear in as you can't park in the group sites. There are also a few individual sites where you can park next to your tent. There are also pit toilets available. Be sure to bring water as there is no potable water in the Wharton State Forest. The trails through Wharton SF are generally easy, however, the mud pits can be deep enough to put your rig on the frame. That being said, if you see a bypass, take it. Camping can be reserved in the Wharton SF online (https://nj.gov/dep/parksandforests/parks/whartonstateforest.html) or at the Batsto Park office. This trail should be fine for all rigs. Be aware that many of the other trails in Wharton SF are narrow and you will get pinstripes.

Photos of Quaker Bridge to Godfrey Bridge

Quaker Bridge to Godfrey Bridge
Quaker Bridge to Godfrey Bridge
Quaker Bridge to Godfrey Bridge


The areas covered with water can be deceptive; they range from a few inches to more than 3 feet deep. If you see a bypass, you should likely take it.

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Access Description

You can reach Godfrey Bridge right off NJ 563 at Godfrey Bridge Road. Just past Wading Pines Campground, take a right into Godfrey Bridge Campground.

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