14 days ago

GPS lost signal and ended up doing a crazy long hike here hahaha

2 months ago

Great hike

3 months ago

Great Hike. Also, check out the nature center.

When I come here I hike a combination of the Hashawa loop trail and the Union Mills trail. It is challenging if you try to make it that way. I usually do a 7 mile loop while carrying my heaviest backpack then try to get under 2 hours. It is also great for a moderate leisurely hike. I rarely see anyone on the trail. Go get after it!

4 months ago

I love this place. The trail and scenery constantly change. Not light smooth hiking but that just adds to the fun. A lot of trails that aren't on the map but I like that actually. Makes it more fun to explore. Just be sure to bring your compass

Lots of
Hills which was not so bad but
Too many rocks for
Barefoot horse

7 months ago

Not very well marked, and the map here does not inclue a lot of the existing trails. Nonetheless, it was nice hike.

Beautiful scenery but trail is overgrown in parts. Also full trail not shown in alltrails app. Creek crossing deep and very muddy.

8 months ago

I live local,and this was my first time doing the whole loop. The beginning part of the trail is wide, well groomed and flatish. I think of it as an upper and a lower loop. The upper loop is a steeper, moderate hike, the trail is single track and fairly overgrown in some spots. We saw lots of local wildlife, including a turtle, and many birds, and a beaver dam. There was a also a house from the 1800's and a 300 yr old white oak tree to see. I enjoyed the hike!

mountain biking
8 months ago

I ride here often and would consider myself an intermediate rider. There are plenty of challenges and miles and miles of trails. Many of which I have never ventured into. Lots of challenging climbs, long downhills and some challenges you will discover. Be wary of hikers and dog walkers closer to the nature center as bikers must give right of way to hikers and an occasional horse. Map your ride and if you find yourself "lost", just head towards the nature center direction.

8 months ago

Not marked well

11 months ago

I hike and run here often with my dogs. The main loop is about 1.8 miles but there are offshoot trails that go further up and back. Off the fire road it's mostly single-track trails that are thickly overgrown with thorny bushes. Nearly impossible to see blazes and god forbid the trailhead or internet have an accurate map. The trails also overlap with the equestrian trails. Pretty easy to get turned around.

Decent parking, most everyone is friendly, dogs welcome, lots of wildlife.

Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Few different trails to choose from. my favorite is the vista trail aka white trail takes you next to the raptor cages. I have pictures posted. I love looking at the birds especially the bald eagle.

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Family friendly!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

TH is on John ownings road, before you reach the Hashawa entrance.
I enjoyed doing this as a night hike,once you get through the pine trees,the rest is pretty straight forward.
Not sure I would rate this as a moderate hike,closer to easy.
That's just my personal opinion.
For a quick hike fix this works.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

One of my favorites !!

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Closed Monday Wednesday and Friday Sept 1st through Feb 15th. Just a heads up. A bit disappointed I couldn't go today.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

It's an okay hike but not well marked at all.

Sunday, September 04, 2016

The trails are poorly marked. I would also rate as easy, not moderate. Nice place for a family gathering.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Good experience. Was planning on doing the 3.3 mile loop, however, some spots were overgrown and it was wet, so I decided to head back. Only did 1.7 miles, but there was a variety of different terrain and scenery. Very quiet, beautiful place. Will definitely visit again on a dry morning.

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