Explore the most popular trails in Hemlock Ravine Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Well marked and has a couple of signs to help you know which loop to take. Saw a couple of deers and there are many adorable dogs off leash

Nice trail. Bunch of hills and turns. Lots of shade with the trees. A little bit buggy during mid day. Took the dogs and it’s nice they had an off leash trail to let them run. Overall good trail

Nice hike. A series of trails depending on your intent and fitness. The path is well maintained and would be good for any age group. There are no "wow" views on this trail, but following the stream at the bottom of the ravine is nice.

Very good trails to take dogs for a good exercise. 10/10 would recommend!

The place is okay. Lots of dogs, people don’t pick up after their pets. Didn’t hate it but also didn’t love it. The view isn’t anything special.

Good to do with very young kids or dogs. A casual walk more than a hike experience.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Very nice relaxing trail.

I have lived near Hemlock Ravine for 1 1/2 years. I love the peaceful nature of the park dearly and walk my dog there frequently. However, make note that there is only ONE off leash trail for dogs - Governor's Trail. I'm sure most dog walkers that come to the park don't know that or they don't care. My dog and I have had our share of scares and close calls with other dogs which are walking off leash in on leash areas. Very frustrating. And yes, there are people who don't pick up after their dogs or pick it up and leave the bag on the trail for someone else to take out. The peace and quiet I feel when I visit the park is slowly being eroded away by insensitive dog owners. I hope you enjoy your visit there as it is a lovely spot.

Pretty disappointing. It's primarily a dog park, the only good interesting spots in the park require you to go off trail, and there's not really much to see even when you do. Dog owners that visit the park are also really disrespectful. They leave bags of dog crap everywhere, I saw a huge pile of dog crap bags next to one bench and bags strewn all over the place. Pretty gross.

Easy walking trail in the city. Don't miss the heart shaped pond near the parking lot at the entrance to the trail. Almost always see deer on this trail along with birds and squirrels. It is crusher dust paths so easy to push a stroller too!

A lesser known cousin to Point Pleasant Park. Historic and naturally beautiful in many of the same ways. An oasis of nature in the city.

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