Some terrain, none of it steep. Trail is well marked and easy to follow. There was a logging operation blocking a short section on June 25, 2017. It was not active on the Sunday we were there. Trail is obviously lightly used.

The trail was overgrown in most areas. The trail also just stops without warning and I found myself trailblazing through the woods. Which isn't a bad time, but it wasn't the fun that I was wanting to have. If you run across the damn there are some four wheeler trails you can run on through the woods, but those aren't very good either and are pretty overgrown. Overall the woods are beautiful, but the trails don't seem to have been maintained at all in years and years.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

I hiked across the dam and up the trail to the left for about a mile. It was a fairly easy hike. It looked like horses had been on the trail too. I want to make the complete loop this spring.

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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Love this area. I live a mile from here and come here often. I would love to see this park repaired and the trails more defined. It does need maintenance and running water. Truly enjoy this natural, pristine park.

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Monday, September 09, 2013

This is an easy 1mile loop from the boat ramp and back or a 2.5 mile loop by hiking to the dam and back. The remote lake and surrounding forest provides a pristine setting. The trail winds around the lake and surrounding hills populated with some impressive white oak and shortleaf pine trees. The US Forest Service is installing culverts where some of the bridges are washed out so the trail is rough in places. The trail was overgrown and has recently been sprayed to control the vegetation. The trail and lake really needs maintenance.

hiking
Sunday, September 08, 2013

This is an easy 1mile loop from the boat ramp and back or a 2.5 mile loop by hiking to the dam and back. The remote lake and surrounding forest provides a pristine setting. The trail winds around the lake and surrounding hills populated with some impressive white oak and shortleaf pine trees. The US Forest Service is installing culverts where some of the bridges are washed out so the trail is rough in places. The trail was overgrown and has recently been sprayed to control the vegetation.

hiking
Sunday, August 25, 2013