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Beautiful, not too difficult hike. Would definately recommend going!

hiking
10 hours ago

The tick issues others have reported on is due to deer ticks, wear pantyhose under your garb and use repellent and you'll be fine. Stick to Military Road, paved multi-use road around the park, and ticks are not an issue. My husband and I logged 7.2 miles today (Saturday, 21 JAN 2017) sticking to the road, completing the route in 2.5 hours, which isn't bad considering our age, beat up bodies and general just wanting to enjoy the walk without competing against the clock.

hiking
21 hours ago

One of my favorites! There is so much to see on and off the trail. Definitely worth the visit!

Great trail for kids!

Good hike, Easy but you have to watch your footing as the trail is very rocky., so that , to me , makes it a moderate hike.Well maintained otherwise. The map provided is a bit confusing in spots. As we are on point, all of a sudden we look at our progress and we are off course but still on the trail. And we hadn't passed an intersection to get off course.

hiking
1 day ago

Great spot with multiple trails that are all kid(walking toddler) friendly. Beautiful nature, amazing limestone walls and the waterfall is the cherry on top.
Definite recommendation.

Caution. If entering the trail from Southridge, upon descending the trail to the creek look to the right for a small red trail marker attached to a tree. Otherwise you will proceed to a utility easement trail running parallel with the creek.