Easy, and not very hilly in or out. I plan to return and take my grand kids (ages 6-8) there.

3 months ago

It was a pretty trail and well maintained. Easy to follow as well. It connects to a larger trail if you want to take that option. The end of the trail has a lake view. It just wasn’t what I was expecting. I was use to more difficult trails.

good trail, picnic tables every mile. tables have a you are here map. no one on the trail while I was there. did a round trip, so it was about 13 miles. wide trail.

good trail, good weather today. well marked. first time I used all trails.

6 months ago

Excellent 3-mile loop. This loop is connected to David's Trail, 17 miles linear, from Robinson Point Road (this trailhead) north to Panther Bay park, then walk across Highway 101 bridge, follow David's Trail north up the east side of Lake Norfork.

8 months ago

Celebrated our 9th wedding anniversary at Robinson Campground. We enjoyed hiking the Point Trail! Beautiful views from the bluff! We decided to explore the caves to the right of the viewing area as mentioned by another reviewer. Beware! There was definitely something occupying it but we didn't stay around to find out what was! Overall a great little hike. Our dogs enjoyed it too!

Friday, March 03, 2017

Beautiful trail with nice views from a bluff overlooking the lake.

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Friday, February 24, 2017

Slightly technical well marked and it's actually a 4 mile loop if you stick to left turns

Friday, May 22, 2015

Good trail

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Nice trail to hike on with a few options branching off. Nice views from the viewing point; and for the more adventurous hikers you can climb down the right side of the viewing point to discover a small cave system with three caves large enough to crawl inside of, just be careful for any critters living inside.

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Pretty easy terrain, except one steep spot with lots of rocks. Definitely recommended if camping at Robinson Point.

Wednesday, March 07, 2012

This trail is my favorite local trail...It has the most beautiful views of lake norfork lake...there is a "viewing" area...but take the side trails to open bluffs...which supply a wonderful place to be & take it all in...my advise is...once you reach the top of viewing...as you go down, there are several side trails...they do not go very far off trails & the views are breathtaking...would advise you have a had on small children & dogs

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