The park consists of four primary campgrounds which include the following amenities: a full service marina; a sailing club; approximately 1000 campsites, some with utilities some without; picnic shelters; rental cabins; trails for horses, hiking and bicycles; swim beaches; shower houses and restrooms; ADA playgrounds; boat ramps and a laundry facility.

Badly maintained overgrown trail. Would NOT recommend.

Not a good trail! Extremely overgrown with poison oak. You can't avoid it. I do not recommend.

backpacking
7 months ago

on Teter Nature Trail

8 months ago

Would rate this as more moderate for beginners. Great trail.

This trail is decent. It is fairly short. There is a housing addition butting up against one flank and the other, pretty side views the campground. A decent, short trail for an easy hike. This is by no means a difficult trail, as indicated by this app.

Thursday, July 07, 2016

I'm not sure how many times I've done this trail as a child, but I loved it every time. For a short trail, it's real nice. The beginning/end is a little hot due to the lack of shade.

Friday, July 01, 2016

hiking
Sunday, June 12, 2016

Great trail for an easy stroll. Well maintained through grassy fields and some river bottom areas.

hiking
Friday, October 23, 2015

Beautiful scenic trail meanders along the Walnut River. Lots of interesting flora and fauna. Several fallen trees to climb over and some ravines that are moderately difficult to climb. This trail would borderline on dangerous during or after significant precipitation.