Birding · River/Creek
Need to Know
You enter the park over a concrete/rock creek ford—this may be under water after rain. This is a damp park; be ready for insects in late Spring/summer and mud long after rain.
There are few rocks and roots on this trail and most of the surface is soft. The trail is used for a "mud run" in the summer, and is a good trail for an easy trail run.
This is a small trail system in Brookline Park. Most of the trails are wood chipped. The northwestern turnaround point does have a ford through the creek that leads back to a separate trail loop around the playground that is not recorded here. The trail also connects to a wood-chipped loop to the south.
Flora & Fauna
This park and its trail system feature the typical creekside ecology that you find in the Ozarks. Much of this trail goes through dense shrubs and trees.
Shared By: Frank Miller