Cave · Fall Colors · Lake · River/Creek · Spring · Swimming · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
Need to Know
$5 day fee to enter the park, free if you already have a State Park permit. You'll pass the entrance station on your way in. There are self-pay envelopes if no one is at the office.
Leave No Trace
There are a handful of low water crossings along the route, most of which I hopped over, but that may vary by season. There is, however, one crossing around 4.5 miles that is knee-to-waist deep, guaranteed.
You do not pass through any gates on this route. If you come to a gate, turn around and make sure the gate is shut behind you.
This trail is a multi-use equestrian, hiking, and mountain bike trail and includes hills, rocky sections, sand and as many as five shallow water crossings.
Flora & Fauna
Kind of a prairie-meets-red-rock-desert thing going on here. You'll see deer, and you may see groundhogs. Be perpared for ticks in summer, and snakes too.
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