Black, Blue, Green, and Red Trails
ElevationAscent: 500' 152 m
Descent: -509' -155 m
High: 1,109' 338 m
Low: 810' 247 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 20% (11°)
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“All the rugged single and doubletrack through Marcella Vivrette Smith Park.”— Trail Run Project Staff
At the bottom of the hill, take a right onto the Blue/Green Trail, then veer left along the edge of the trees through the fields. There are several small runoff streams in this area during wet weather. At the next trail intersection, take a left onto the Green Trail. This will take you back to the steep hill on the Blue trail.
Here you'll go up the hill this time, then take a right onto the Black trail. This will bring you back to the crossover trail where you started. Here you'll go down and across the roadway to the Blue Trail and veer left, then right up the hill on the Red Trail. This is the steepest portion of the trail up to Enid's Eyrie. Once at the top, you can enjoy the view, then turn around and go back down the Red Trail, and hand a right onto the Red/Blue Trail. This is almost completely downhill and takes you back to the trailhead.
The property also includes the historic Ravenswood mansion. Ravenswood was built in 1825 by James Hazard Wilson II. It was named for Sam Houston whom the indigenous people in the area called the Raven. Houston was best man at the wedding ceremony of Wilson and his bride Emeline in 1821.