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Jan 22, 2016
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"The Pine Barrens is a really cool, unique and huge area (bit more than a million acres, plenty of room for the Jersey Devil to hide) and the Batona goes thru the best  of it. All super flat, hardly any elevation, lots of sandy pine needle…"
Jan 22, 2016
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"That's great, thanks for the local help. My plan is to run the trail one day, camp on the other side, and run it back the next day. I checked Uber and Lyft and they both say they have support in Atlantic city. I suppose I could rent a car or…"
Jan 22, 2016
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"Bass River is probably a good place to start, it’s at one end if you are thinking of doing the whole trail. Batsto is an option too. Are you looking to run the entire thing in a day, just hike a section, or use the camps and make it a few day…"
Jan 21, 2016
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"Hello Dawn, thank you for the welcome. I came here with a question. I'm a runner and hiker in Florida and was looking at doing the Batona trail in April. Does anybody have any suggestions on where to start and stay? I was looking at Bass River…"
Jan 20, 2016
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"Hi Patrick - welcome to site! --Dawn"
Jan 20, 2016
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At 12:21pm on January 22, 2016, njHiking.com said…

The Pine Barrens is a really cool, unique and huge area (bit more than a million acres, plenty of room for the Jersey Devil to hide) and the Batona goes thru the best  of it. All super flat, hardly any elevation, lots of sandy pine needle covered trails. Ticks are a little infamous there though, so bring ample bug spray :)

At 12:30pm on January 21, 2016, njHiking.com said…

Bass River is probably a good place to start, it’s at one end if you are thinking of doing the whole trail. Batsto is an option too. Are you looking to run the entire thing in a day, just hike a section, or use the camps and make it a few day thing?

Hotel options are probably best on the outskirts of AC, but you can find them Rt 30 too. You’d probably be 20-30 mins from either Bass River or Batsto.

There are trail maps and GPS files on our trail maps page if you need ‘em: http://www.njhiking.com/nj-trail-maps/.

I don’t know how familiar you are with NJ, but south Jersey can be somewhat rural so I’d wonder if Uber has coverage in the entire area. I’ve never used Uber so I can’t say for sure.

--Dawn

At 6:21pm on January 20, 2016, njHiking.com said…

Hi Patrick - welcome to site!

--Dawn

 
 
 

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