Bus Rental NJ Destinations: Salem County (Wildlife Management Areas)

Salem County has numerous recreational sites, parks, and wildlife management areas that offer visitors a wide variety of amenities and activities, not to mention various natural wonders. Enjoy the beauty of nature through its pristine rivers and waterways, the interesting mix of birds and other creatures, and miles of trails. Getting to Salem's different wildlife areas is easy with a bus rental in NJ.

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In a previous article, we have given you a list of parks that you and your family can visit in Salem County. But if you're a true-blue nature and wildlife enthusiast, Salem has these wildlife management areas that you can visit. With a bus rental in NJ, getting to these sites with friends or family is easy and problem-free.

Alloway Creek Watershed
Wetland Restoration Site
Money Island Rd.
Elsinboro, NJ
(888) 627-7437

This site has two trails to viewing platforms for wading birds: one going west through the marsh areas and the other from near the electrical towers. This site is at the end of a point, surrounded by the Alloway Creek marsh. And thanks to its open river to the west and its upland habitat to the east side, one can see a variety of grassland, marsh and shorebirds.

Elmer Lake Wildlife
Management Area
Route 40
Elmer, NJ
(609) 628-2436

Elmer Lake boasts of numerous species of fish that serve as food for various birds like herons, waterfowl, osprey, and even Bald Eagles. You can look for the vernal pools, which provide a breeding habitat for amphibians. You can relax while enjoying the view from the picnic tables provided.

Maskells Mill Wildlife
Management Area
Maskill's Mill Rd.
Lower Alloways Creek Township, NJ
(609) 785-0455

Maskell's Mill Wildlife Management Area provides canoe and boat access to Maskell's Mill Pond, which is a hidden pond found within a deciduous oak-pine forest. The pond's southern arm is more secluded than other access points and it features a wooden bridge where visitors can walk over. This site is a wonderful place to look at birds and other wildlife. The forest provides a great stopover point for migratory birds in the fall and in the spring.

Other wildlife management areas that you may want to check out include:

Mad Horse Creek Wildlife
Management Area
39 Stow Neck Rd.
Salem, NJ

Marlton Recreation Area
Wynnewood Rd.
Woodstown, NJ

Salem River Wildlife Management Area
Route 45
Mannington, NJ

So if you want to marvel at the natural scenes and the various forms of wildlife that Salem County has to offer, get on a bus rental in NJ now!