Enjoy this park on foot, any season of the year. In the spring, the park is a wildflower garden where hepatica, bloodroot, Dutchman's breeches, and the dwarf trout lily bloom. The dwarf trout lily is only found here. Relax by Hidden Falls in the summer. The autumn brings a burst of red, orange, and gold in the maple-basswood forest, one of the last extensive stands of the "Big Woods." When winter comes, ski or snowmobile the trails through picturesque woods.
Completed this hike towards the end of May. I was impressed with the trail. It was well maintained and well marked. There were signs with a map of the trail placed at each intersection to keep hikers from straying from their desired path. There was a good deal of trail roped off near the waterfall (probably due to erosion from the swollen spring water levels?), and it took away from the overall beauty of the waterfall.