“A winding trail in the furthest reaches of the park going through wooded draws.”
— Karen Ryberg
Features: Birding — Fall Colors — Views — Wildlife
This trail winds through native prairie and wooded draws with buffaloberry, snowberry, and green ash. The trail goes to the furthest reaches of the state park and one is likely to see white-tailed deer. The trail is shared trail with mountain bikers and horseback riders. It starts and ends on the Bob-Tailed Bull Pass
Flora & Fauna
White-tailed deer, pheasants, green ash, buffaloberry, and snowberry.