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    Lindsay Attaway added South Dakota

    6 months ago

    Lindsay Attaway reviewed Island Trail

    8 months ago

    Very well kept easy little trail with amazing lake views.

    Lindsay Attaway completed Island Trail

    8 months ago

    Lindsay Attaway reviewed Hot Springs Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    A great easy, well-kept trail. A tiny bit of it was closed, but that part was easy to get around .

    Lindsay Attaway added Hot Springs

    8 months ago

    Lindsay Attaway completed Red River Orange Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Lindsay Attaway reviewed Sugar Cane Trail

    about 2 years ago

    SO MANY TICKS. So very, very many ticks. Otherwise, a great loooong trail. For the most part, it's well-kept, but one part that seems like it's usually boggy was totally washed out, and we ended up off the trail, then having to walk through serious mud to get back to it. There's also a big, branchy tree down around the midway point. It seems like it's been there a while. The trail is flat and generally very easy. We saw a pretty big snake on the dam. Again, though, TICKS. My husband and I ended up with at least ten each, crawling up our socks and legs. We had to give our dog a tick bath, and we're still finding them in our house. We sprayed Deep Woods OFF before we started, and it didn't help.

    Lindsay Attaway completed Sugar Cane Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Lindsay Attaway reviewed Red River National Wildlife Refuge Orange Trail

    about 2 years ago

    The orange trail is great for a super-easy afternoon hike. My dog and I often take this route, especially this time of year when the yellow trail gets a little muddy. There's a really neat chickasaw plum forest-of-sorts through the middle of it, where the ground is sandy. There are (quickly decaying) signposts marking various types of trees. It's almost perfectly flat, and grassy parts are mowed regularly, though you should keep an eye out for snakes since it's so close to the river.

    Lindsay Attaway reviewed Red River National Wildlife Refuge Yellow Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Red River National Wildlife Refuge is my go-to hiking location in the Shreveport/Bossier area. My dog and I often head over there for an afternoon hike, and we always have a good time. The trails are very clearly marked, and grassy parts are mowed regularly. The route is crystal clear. The yellow trail gets a little muddy sometimes, but it's never been so bad that I've gotten my feet wet. There are two options: one through a sort of field, and the other along the trees by the river. The yellow trail joins the orange trail in a huge area filled with chickasaw plums and loops back to the interpretive building.