Definitely worth the $5 parking fee. Trails are well maintained - we did the largest loop, and did walk single file for the duration - once we got off the small loop. Some slippery spots, and a few pretty steep inclines. We took a 9yo, who didn't really have a problem - a couple of the downhill spots were touch and go - fortunately, we ran into a maintenance team who had just dug a couple of footholds in some of the steeper spots that had been washed out in some recent rains. The park as a whole is great - picnic areas, playground, and... real, stocked bathrooms! :) Will definitely be back for swimming too!
I enjoyed this short hike. It is a loop hike that does kick your butt. There is a short hike that is acceptable for wheel chairs, however, the longer hike is demanding going thru the woods on a narrow trail with some descent elevation changes. Overall a nice short hike for an afternoon.
This trail has a lot going for it. This was more difficult than led to believe. But it was a good hike with lots of up and down and good views in the forest along Eagle creek. Nice park to bring the kids to. There is a pavilion, a playground for the kids and plenty of picnic tables. It does cost you $5.00. For it is a county park.
Little harder than led to believe. The little loop is wheelchair accessible, packed or paved. The main big loop is not! Lots of muddy switchback and steep drops. 7year old did it with tons of energy and no complaints. Couple good views of the river. Might do it again if we are out here, will probably try something different.