“A mostly singletrack that weaves through the heavily wooded portion of the park.
— Mike Gravley
Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Wildlife
Also used by mountain bikers.
One of the longest and most remote loops of the park, the Timber Loop is still quickly accessible from the campgrounds by following the short Fisher Loop
. The first portion follows along the river through the woods just like the Fisher Loop
, before meandering away and working its own way through the woods, back up to the bridge where you first started.
This trail can be a little uneven and it has some hilly portions, but it is still easily doable for most people, and offers up a beautiful run through the woods. The easternmost portion of the trail climbs up on top of a hill and follows along the edge of the trees that view back down towards the Coneflower Loop
. At the end of the loop, either continue on down the River View Trail
for some more of the same type of running, or easily head back across the bridge to the campground!