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    Member Since September 2016

    Cindy Stavropoulos

    Holton, Kansas 

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    Cindy Stavropoulos reviewed Linear Trail

    24 days ago

    Just after lunch. My first time on this cement trail. I went left just to get a short hike in. Encountered homeless sleeping under the bridge. Continued on and saw another homeless man. Turned back to go the other way. It was paved cement and in the open. Noticed a dirt path nestled in the trees so I ventured off the path to the dirt nearer to the river to make a loop back to parking. Soooo many turtles. Fun to see them swimming playfully. Experienced some flooding and another homeless sleeping. So I turned back and finished back on the cement path. It was a nice path and I didn’t feel threatened. Just want others to be aware that it appears to be refuge for the homeless. If I return I would stay on the cement path so as not to disturb them.

    Cindy Stavropoulos completed Linear Trail

    24 days ago

    Cindy Stavropoulos reviewed Switchgrass Mountain Bike Trail

    9 months ago

    Nice change of scenery from NE Kansas. Prairie hiking is nice every now and then. Beautiful!

    Cindy Stavropoulos saved Skyline Park

    over 1 year ago

    Cindy Stavropoulos reviewed Dornwood Park

    over 1 year ago

    I was pleasantly surprised when I heard about this trail. It is in Topeka near Highland Park High School. It has well worn paths, large tree canopy, an old stone dairy barn. Upon finishing we noticed a homeless person had set up camp in remnants of a small building near the old barn remnants.

    Cindy Stavropoulos completed Dornwood Park

    over 1 year ago

    Cindy Stavropoulos saved Dornwood Park

    over 1 year ago

    Cindy Stavropoulos saved Horse Thief Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Cindy Stavropoulos reviewed Horse Thief Trail

    over 1 year ago

    A 2 1/2 hour drive to this trail was worth every rainy mile. Rock formations were spectacular with carved graffiti dated back to 1918. The caves were various sizes and many to see. The worn path was mostly sand and in some areas soft dirt. There is also a horse path. The creek water was clear. We saw deer, a bald eagle and various trees gnawed by beaver. I enjoyed some new scenery. Kanopolis Lake was much larger than I expected. This is a State Park so a few of $5.00 is required. I never have an issue paying State Park fees.

    Cindy Stavropoulos completed Horse Thief Trail

    over 1 year ago