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Great hike!! My son who is 8 had a great time we loved the "ruins". He did hiked the whole trail with no problem. The only thing we did not like was the grass was really tall in the meadows....we should have worn long pants.

This trail features beautiful lake views and some changes in elevation. It was solid hike that I will definitely do again.

It was a nice hike. You have to pay to get into the park and access the trail. :(

Good trail, not very difficult.

My husband and I wanted to check this place out because we had heard good things about it through their Facebook page. we went and hiked for about two hours. There was a lot of neat wildlife out there, including the Buffalo like they advertise. Unfortunately, for my taste, some of the trails were not maintained enough. There were a few places you would have to walk through tall grass, and considering the proximity to the lake and the fact that we spotted a cottonmouth, it seemed like it would increase your chances of being bit by a snake.

There is a neat little educational center with an owl, hawk, baby alligator, snapping turtle, and a few snakes on display. They also have a neat birdwatching room. Even as an adult, I felt like the center was neat. I would recommend these trails still, but be wary on them because of the snakes and the fact it isn't as maintained as some of the other non-concrete trails in the area.

3 months ago

Favorite place around here to hike. Out there with my dogs several times a week, all seasons.

Great shaded trail along the Trinity. Called Turtle Trail off of Shoreline Drive.

I really like this place. Fun to see bison and all kinds of other wildlife. Pretty peaceful scenery and overall it's a beautiful park.

4 months ago

Easy trails with nice CCC stone work.

4 months ago

Beautiful trail, but a little bummed at the price tag to get in, considering most places are free. It's a reserve though, so I get it. Still 5 stars because the trails are great, lots of families and groups out there. Saw LOTS of birds, one snake, but no crocodiles :( I was out there with my 4 & 2 y/o and they loved it! I preferred the Greer Island route to Canyon, as the Canyon is narrow and steep in some places and Greer has lots of forks in the trail for the wanderer in you :) great overall experience!

4 months ago


Good fun easy trail, we saw plenty of wildlife including an Aligator.

5 months ago

Lots of trees, great trails

Beautiful area!

pay to see green.. nope!

6 months ago

Fun, scenic, good workout, lots of ups and downs, 3.25 mile trail one way, 6.5 mile out-and-back. Lake vistas are excellent!