I did the Hickory Trail long loop and while there are definitely more challenging multi-terrain and/or remote local trails, I found it a very nice pre-work workout. I went very early and I did not see anyone else, there were plenty of deer and their babies, and enough inclines to get a decent cardio workout. Definitely better than a trip on the treadmill!

kid friendly. fairly easy walk

beautiful, just short (which is great of that is what you are looking for!)

Interesting trail for beginners. Enjoyed the sculptures.

A great place to walk with a preschooler and a dog!

1 month ago

Easy for small children; beautiful scenery

Great sculptures. It's a nice trek with interesting art along the way. Make sure you go into the woods on the left from the parking lot. a lot of hidden gems. Obtain a map so you don't miss out. After the walk my kiddos like to picnic by the big red sculpture.

I walked all 3 (technically 4) trails here one afternoon. A few things to consider: all pathways are paved entirely, it is very close to 270 so there is a lot of road noise, and it is NOT dog friendly.

It does have some scenic views, however, and I did see wildlife along the trail. There are several streams you will pass by and over.

If you're looking for a place to become immersed in nature, it is a little hard to do with all of the road noise from the nearby highways, but if you're looking for a scenic walk this is not a bad stop.

Great spot for a leisurely walk. Calling it a hike would be a bit of a stretch. There is artwork featured along the paths as well. Very much enjoyed my stop here.

nice enough, but hardly what I would call hiking

solid trail. can be busy at times.