The current editions of the South Bergenite feature an article on the much-anticipated reopening of the DeKorte Parks’ Marsh Discovery Trail.
Here’s the beginning of the story:
The long-awaited reopening of the Marsh Discovery Trail, the most popular walkway in DeKorte Park in Lyndhurst, took place last week on Sept. 24.
The trail originally built in 1991 for $373,000 incurred more than $355,000 worth of damage during Hurricane Irene in 2011 and Superstorm Sandy in 2012. The trail had not been fully functional and closed since Hurricane Irene. The Marsh Discovery Trail allows nature lovers to get close up and personal with aquatic and bird life of the wetlands. Thousands of nature lovers, bird watchers, school children and those simply looking for a tranquil place for relaxation and reflection meander the half-mile boardwalk that takes them through the wetlands.
The link is here.