Quail Hollow is a landscape of rolling meadows, marshes, pine and deciduous woods surrounding a 40-room manor Scenic woodland trails, gardens and the house offer a variety of natural and cultural experiences for visitors
Stanislav S. on Quail Hollow State Park Trail
Pretty varied terrain: some forested paths, some open field, some rocks and logs. Mostly pretty level, but some sudden ups and downs (short segments). Watch out for big logs if you are not a "jumper". Fields can be muddy after a rainy day.
Shannon C. on Quail Hollow State Park Trail
My family and I go there often. We enjoy it!
One of my favorite places to hike. Once you get to know the park you can change up your hike. No spectaular veiws but park has meadows, orchards, bogs, pine forest, creeks, a little of every thing. can hike 14 miles or so if you hike the bike and horse trails. Hike the horse trails if you like solitude.
The 3.7 mile is for the Mountain Bike Trail which is the most challenging portion at QH - which doesn't mean it is challenging. There are a few hills but this is fast and fun to run in mostly covered forest with a small section through a field. You get to see some wildlife, you feet will be muddy once the packed dirt of summer has relented to the rain of fall. I run this trail 2 or 3 times a week and connect it through Meadowlands, Sedge March, Tall Grass Prairie, and the Outer Loop of the Hiking Trails and reverse the MBT for a solid 10 mile run. Lots of fun and easy to knock out.