I had an awesome hike today. Very pretty rose gold pink leaves all over, nice fall color. It has a lot of moderate inclines through out, soft ground of mostly dirt, and the occasional tree root. Nothing too difficult if you are okay walking 2.5miles otherwise. Great for all ages two or four feet. Descent amount of people scattered throughout despite being wooded. Solo hiker can appreciate this. CHECK GPS tho find this one. This entrance is off Hwy 100 East. Near Deep Well trailhead.
Loved this trail. First time to the park, so the trail markings were unfamiliar. The 4.5 miles turned into 7, but only because we missed the trailhead and then another section when we crossed the road and walked the road to the pavillions. Gorgwous hike, even missing the fall colors. Wish I lived in the area, as I would definitely be back to this park and this trail. (As I live in CO, the elevation changes were still challenging at points, but overall fairly easy.)
This is a nice, easy hike within Warner Parks. The trail is well-maintained and easy to follow. Unfortunately, it's the least exciting trail within Warner out of the big 3. It's extremely busy, running into other hikers very often. If you're going for a quick easy hike to change the pace up a bit, it is a great option.
Alright so this trail is beautiful. My boyfriend and I walked up the 4 mile loop to watch the sunset. Well we miss calculated on how long it would take to finish 3 minutes. We had to ask people where the next part of the trail was and how far was left. We made the mistake of finishing the 3 instead of turning around. Had to wonder in the dark trying to find our parking lot. Due to the poor trail marking we ended up on a totally different trail leading up to a main road. We were a 17 minute drive away from the parking lot. I suggest you head back once the sun sets. But people were nice and some said you should head back but we have never been and didn't know how the trails work. Kind of nervous to go back but other than that it was beautiful.