“A nice, primarily flat trail that winds through wooded areas and clearings.”
— Bonnie Sherar
Fall Colors · River/Creek · Views
Be aware that the trail is designated as multi-use.
On our run, we got onto Trail 42 about mid-way around. The trail actually starts and ends at the Riverside State Park Equestrian area where there are facilities for picnics and parking.
We had runed along Trail 100
(the river bluff trail) and then turned west (away from the river). The section of Trail 42 that we did somewhat mirrors Trail 100
, but is more open with fewer trees. The views are beautiful. We saw several mule deer along our way.