Mud Run Conservation Area
Mud Run Conservation Area is 10 acres of woodlands along Mud Run, a Cold Water stream near the village of Sandt’s Eddy in Lower Mt. Bethel Township. The site is bisected by an undergound utility line. Location: Lower Mount Bethel Township
Open: Sunrise to sunset.
Activities: Fishing, birdwatching.
Amenities: Limited roadside parking is available where the utility line crosses Mud Run Road.
Watershed: Mud Run
Directions: Lower Mud Run Road
GPS Coordinates: 40.760931, -75.194266
Area: 10 Acres
Owned by: Northampton County
Pets: Must be on a leash less than 6 feet in length.
Historical Interest: Over time, Mud Run has been known by more names than perhaps any other stream in the County, including: Moody's Run, Dry Run, Black Tommy's Creek, Smally's Creek, Smalley's Creek and Muddy Creek.
Environmental Features: Streamside woodlands in the Mud Run Greenway and adjacent to the Delaware River Greenway.