Sandra Dee K. on Rocky Ridge Trail
This park has many well marked trails. It was good hiking, I didn't like hiking under the huge power lines. The noise from them is certainly disturbing.
Nice trails in this park, and none too hard. Parking lots are on the top of the ridge and many of the trails stay along the top; if you go downhill, just bear in mind that you'll be coming back up, but no more than a few hundred feet. I have hiked here many times since it is easily-accessible to me. I think of the park as sort of having 4 quadrants (NW, SW, NE, and SE) with the western side bisected by the main paved road and the eastern side bisected by a wide trail (probably an old dirt logging (?) road). There are good hikes throughout the park; recently one of my favorites is a loop in the SW quadrant that must be about 1.5 miles long. Rocky Ridge seems to be a popular spot for mountain biking; I usually see at least one or two riders on the trails when I'm out hiking.
This trail system us great for beginners as well as experienced riders. The trials loop around in away that at any time you're only a few minutes from the parking lot, which is nice to know in case of bike breakage or injuries from a wipe out. Keep in mind it's name is Rocky Ridge, there are plenty of rocks and tree roots to go over, around and thru.