Little Baldy Trail is a 0.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Indiahoma, Oklahoma that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Little Baldy Trail located in the Doris Campground is a hike up to the crest of a small rocky knoll with great views of the surrounding area.
Great short easy trail. There's a little bit of a climb to get right to the top but the only reason it was a challenge for me was because I had a three year old with me. Nice views of the lake from the top.
Easy trail. Great warm up. Still a good trail and view. Got to see exactly where we wanted to go.
We went last weekend and it was a perfect trail and the scenery was beautiful! We didn't see any wildlife but the views were amazing.
We also hiked Burford Trail in this same general area on another day and it was great! Saw a lot of wildlife activity and a cool lizard. You can see the dam once you get to the top and there is an Old Mine site too. It was a scenic trail.
Great beginner trail. My daughter and I loved it.
Easy and quick hike right next to the campground. Great view for the sunset before heading back into the tent for the night.
great, simple, quick & beautiful trail!!
The Little Baldy Trail should be an easy hike for anybody who can walk a mile. It starts with a walk over the Quanah Parker Lake Dam. Balanced atop the "rocky knoll" at the other end is a heart-shaped rock many seem to have heard about in sightseeing guides. Along the way are many scenic views of the lake and surrounding area. Before or after this hike, a picnic at Quanah Parker Lake is a nice aside.
love this trail, great exercising type. Loved the views. Have climbed it many times
great trail slightly strenuous but a great workout with amazing views
I love love love this trail. Its pretty short but its such a great view. Its a fun little "climb" to the top of the mountain. Saw a ton of mountain boomer lizards on that trail. Around 10 or less. I didn't see any snakes but it does look like a snakes paradise especially in the grassier area where the trail is narrow so be careful if you're going out in the morning or later in the day when its not too hot out.