ElevationAscent: 2' 1 m
Descent: -1' 0 m
High: 93' 28 m
Low: 91' 28 m
GradeAvg Grade: 0% (0°)
Max Grade: 1% (0°)
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“A wooded trail over mossy paths, boardwalks, handmade bridges, through flower and fern filled bog gardens to blueberries”— Allison Pierson
The trail takes you to the back of Suningive House, the former home of Elizabeth Coleman White. The building is now a museum and offices, but it was once the home of The Blueberry Queen who planted these gardens and developed the first commercial crop of highbush blueberries (the kind you eat today!). The blueberry gardens were planted here to provide a lookout over the Cranberry Bogs. The trail continues around the circle garden of Pinelands native plants, past the potting shed (hobbit house), past a picnic area, and eventually leading past another trail leading to the cranberry bogs through the blueberry demonstration field and back to the road.
Along the whole path, visitors can admire the blueberries developed by Elizabeth during her lifetime, and picking is open in July. Loop back to the village General Store (open weekends 10 - 4) along the sandy road, connect up with the Blueberry Trail at the bridge or head out to the cranberry bog trails and reservoirs.
The House is open for tours the first Saturday of each month at 1 pm, during Living History Days, Afternoon Teas, Blueberry Festival and for weddings and party rentals (609-893-4646).
Feel free to share pictures with #whitesbog or check in at: Whitesbog Preservation Trust.
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