“A quiet trail to follow through the trees with nice rolling hills.”
— Richard Washburn
Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Wildflowers
After beginning on pavement, this trail turns into a well-maintained singletrack. The rules of the trail are posted at the park. Due to easy access, this is a popular spot. During January, Christmas trees from the city are chipped and put down on the trail to make it more usable during wet weather. There are 3 bridges that allow visitors to cross over a small creek, and you'll enjoy the large shade that the trees provide and the easily-navigable rock steps along the steeper parts of the trail.
If you would like a longer outing, this trail connects up with Maple Trail
and Dogwood Trail
. As always, Leave No Trace principles should be followed, but due to the popularity of this trail please consider doing one better and picking up any litter that you find.