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Was a great trail to take. Worth the 40 minutes it took (most of us) to get there. Went with a group of 7. there was parking at the building with white roof that you can see on google maps. We did this trail in the winter (january) so the thick foliage was gone, revealing a great trail. Half of the trail was gravel/dirt road, but still nice to see. Only other concern is that we saw at least 5 hunters on/around the trail this morning, so just plan for that a well. Some of the trailed seemed like it would be hard to find once all the foliage returns. Lastly, the park map doesn't show the last portion of the trail to return the parking lot, but there is an improved trail; so it was easy get back to our vehicles. Again, a great trail, glad we found it here.

Easy in and out, cool view. Type of hike you can do anytime and could bring a good book or lunch.

Great hike didnt see anyone the entire time. About half of it was gravel road and the rest trails. The last part of the trail headed back to my car seemed much less traversed and had more downed trees with brush over the path. This loop is close to home will definitely be doing it again.

3 months ago

great easy walk took the Dog's. Great View

Nice easy hike. Views are awesome.

like others have commented, the portion where you have to cross the beach is poorly marked. it took a bit to figure out.
saw a bald eagle which was great.

Beautiful hike but certain portions not well marked/need clearing. Got a bit turned around after the beach (right at the beginning) - trail hard to see, and there was a big log across the path - but figured it out! Enjoyable with dogs and beginner hikers.

Nice trails to do with the kids.

It was a nice walk out to the light house!

Wide open trail. Easy and big reward at the end!

mountain biking
6 months ago

The trails are awesome and I try to ride them every day!

It was a nice very straightforward trail on a gravel path along the cliff side of the park. Half of it is shaded by the canopy of trees.

My wife and I walked it with our dog and a baby in a running stroller.

The parking lot at the entrance is small, maybe space for 15 cars. When we arrived it was full, but one care had just pulled out.

This is a beautiful spot! As another reviewer said, when you're getting close it seems like you're not going the right way because you're in a little neighborhood. We took Mason in and it's a tiny one lane road with awesome houses overlooking the water but I felt like it was going to dead end into someone's property. We took the other road (forget the name) out which was easier.
Once you're in the park you follow a wide, well maintained, stone trail. This trail is easy, goes straight to the lighthouse, and definitely all levels even for those with mobility issues. As you follow the stone path you'll come to a fork. If you veer to the right and follow the mowed grass trail it will take you along the water. There are overlooks and a rocky beach spot that our dog loved. You can continue through the wooded trail right to the lighthouse. It's not a difficult hike but there are lots of steep drops and the trail gets narrow.

Nice and quiet, not many people were on the actual trails. The lighthouse and overlook of the bay is great too but definitely more crowded.

More challenging then TP Lighthouse, no where near as scenic. Worth doing before or after Lighthouse if your looking to tack on mileage with your scenery.

Easy, but very scenic. Nearly 360 degrees of sheer cliffs for viewing pleasure.


Did some "off trail" exploring