River/Creek · Wildlife
Need to Know
Backpackers are instructed to use restrooms; no troweling permitted.
Please don't pee at the campsites...
Bring bags for dog poop.
Ankle high grass for most of the trail. Your feet will get wet if it has been raining or if morning dew is present.
This trail is mostly covered in ankle high grass... it's not very beaten down.
Campsite 5 is located on the SE end of this trail, which is the best campsite in my opinion. It's next to the fast flowing river with 2 tent sites and a fire ring. The view is great, and the soothing sound of the river would definitely put me to sleep.
The scenery gets better once you get to the first SE bend and the trail moves westbound. Overgrown grass land with the occasional deer can be found here. As the trail goes northbound, it's still overgrown grassland, with small forests to the west.
Flora & Fauna
Mosquitoes at Campsite 4 can be a nightmare if the river has recently flooded and created small stagnant water pools.
Shared By: Zach Trosch