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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.
Nicole B. on Edwin Warner Park
I do this trail 3 times a week so I'm getting bored and heavy traffic on the weekends.
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.
A Cute, short, woodsy and entirely shaded trail that leads up to a hawk viewing platform and has a few bird blinds along the way. Rated fairly easy, it connects and intersects a few of the other nearby trails to get a longer loop in.
Near to the Nature center and the parking lot. Kid friendly, older friendly, into-to-trail-running friendly.
Bob S. on Bakers Grove Trail
Close to all in Mt Juliet. One of the best in terrain. Good elevations and a trail that follows along the lake shore offering excellent vistas. I see deer many times each month. Busy on the weekends but still plenty of breathing space.