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Big Hill Pond State Park closes at 9 pm.
Singletrack trail featuring interesting rock formations, challenging climbs, and beautiful hardwood forest.
Need to Know
There is no restroom access at the levee parking area. Restroom access is located at the campground or at the pavilion area leading to the boat ramp for Travis McNatt Lake.
Leaving the parking area you make your way down a singletrack trail bordering some interesting honey-combed rock formations on your left. The trail takes you to railroad tracks that you must cross to begin the Dogwood Loop trail.
You may travel this loop in any direction for a different experience, but you'll have a few challenging hill climbs no matter what direction you choose. The Dogwood Loop Trail will border a cypress swamp for a portion of your route. After completing the loop, travel back to your starting place on the same trail to complete your 5-mile hike/run.
Flora & Fauna
Deer, turkey, squirrel, hardwood forest, cypress, pine
Shared By: Tracy King