hiking

dogs on leash

walking

views

trail running

nature trips

birding

wild flowers

mountain biking

kid friendly

wildlife

forest

More trails and rock-climbing opportunities than you can shake a stick at! Trails for every level of ability, walking, running, hiking, biking and skating. Bring your kids, bring your dogs, bring your grandparents, there is something for everyone here. This park is a photographer's delight and is accessible 24/7. There's plenty of wildlife here for birdwatchers to deer-stalkers (but, please, no weapons, this is not a hunting ground). Be sure to bring your Camelback and snacks, this is wilderness in the middle of suburbia.

hiking
3 days ago

Not too hard but good stair exercise.

This was a great hike! My daughter and I started the 5 peak challenge today and we chose this one to start. It was beautiful! We had to take our shoes off to walk thru the waterfall in the beginning which wasn't hard but the water was nice and cold and she loved it. Such a great thing to share with her. Then we started up and over. The problem we found was that the trails were in many directions and they are very difficult to navigate thru. Lucky for us we found people to help guide us at every turn or we would have been lost. So my only complaint would be that better signage would be great. But the views and trails themselves were in great shape and magnificent! 1/5 done challenge. Next week number 2. My 7 year old is very excited to share her pictures and get her pin.

hiking
3 days ago

Great hike and incredible views from the summit, but the crowds make me avoid it. I will say my kids and dogs love it. If you're going, go early or you'll be parking a mile away.

4 days ago