“A central corridor route; the south end has constantly undulating and technical terrain.”
— Leslie Kehmeier
The Old River Road Trail forms the central corridor through the state park.
The northern end starts out smooth with a rough climb and then settles into constantly rolling terrain. The route makes its way east towards the shore of the river, following it for a bit before turning back towards the interior of the park.
The southernmost section is a little rougher as the terrain constantly tilts, twists, and turns over rocky and root-laden trail.