hiking

walking

wildlife

This was a fantastic thru-hike starting at the northern trail head near cherry point and heading 21 miles south to oyster point. It offers a little bit of everything; rolling hills, beach, flat open views, swamp land with foot bridges, salt marsh and more. The shelters are in pretty good shape (There are 3 along the trail) and each of them are accompanied by a water pump so that's pretty convenient. One major thing to prepare for, the southern section of the trail is a little undeveloped (Still blazed clearly though) and you will be sloshing through about 2 miles of knee deep mud/standing water. Didn't hurt my pace too much, but a few people on the trail were somewhat surprised by that obstacle. Overall it's a great beginner trail, or a good 2 day hike to keep up your skills.

Lovely trail, but had to turn around because of the mosquitoes. bring bug spray and plenty of water.

hiking
20 days ago

My husband and I went last month and the flies and ticks were horrendous. Bring your bug spray and check yourself after your hike. All in all we very much enjoyed this trail

great short trail.

Easy enough hike. Not well marked in the second stage so you have to keep your eyes open for where the trail actually goes. We ended up in what we think was a deer trail towards the end. Beautiful scenery.

1 month ago

Great hike with awesome views

1 month ago

Great hike. Nice views.

Beautiful views and clean clear paths.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

One of the best trails in the area, with beautiful secluded beaches.

hiking
2 months ago

We had a blast

Amazing trail, there was so much life to see during this walk. I only wish it were longer.

trail running
2 months ago

I got lost lol

backpacking
2 months ago

Overall a nice nature walk. Some spots of the path are more loosly packed sand.