Bayshore Trail to Reopen

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Bayshore Bike Trail
A bridge on the Bayshore Bike Trail that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Photo: njHiking.com

from nj.com

FREEHOLD – Monmouth County’s longest park, recently the subject of legal action by the drummer of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, is gradually being restored to its former glory.

A 1.25-mile section of the Henry Hudson Trail between the Atlantic Highlands Marina and the Highlands border at Popamora Point is expected to reopen by mid-November.

“The County Park System along with the Borough’s of Atlantic Highlands and Highlands are determined to get this section of the Henry Hudson Trail totally cleaned-up and reopened,” Freeholder Lillian G. Burry said. “The short term goal is to get the trail open and usable.”

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  1. BRAVO and hearty Thank You’s to Monmouth County, and everyone involved in restoring the portion of the Henry Hudson Bike Trail between Atlantic Highlands and Highlands. It is one of the secret treasures of the county. We drive down from NYC to ride it as often as possible. Makes it possible to enjoy and patronize shops in both communities and ride from the ferry to Sandy Hook beach. We missed it and are very grateful to have it back – hope the planned further improvements are made as well.

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