Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Hagan Stone Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Great little trail. Easy.

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1 month ago

This version is the Company Mill Preserve’s Heritage Trail, without the quarter-mile Horseshoe Bend Loop at the end. It is an enjoyable hike through the woods that takes you to an interesting old homesite. There are a couple easy water crossings (dry today due to the recent warm temperatures and lack of rain). The hike can easily be combined with multiple trail options from Hagan-Stone Park.

From START point/parking the trail head is across the street to the left of the old cabin. It starts as the Chatfield Trail, an Eagle Scout Project by Clae Houle (well done Clae!) and ~1/8 mile down splits off into the Company Mill Perserve trail. Fun trail, with enough up and down to be interesting but still do a brisk pace if desired. Well preserved log house at end and a couple of less well preserved ones about 1000 yards from the trail end. Pretty good signage and blaze once on the Company Mill trail although there are no signs at the crossing of Hagan Stone Park Rd, just go straight across. I went on beautiful fall day. Very dry and both water crossings were dry. Trail and crossings would be slippery on wet days.The Hawk's Spur trail is very short, .06 miles, and just a overlook of the power line easement but worth the less than impressive view b/c it is just a short side trip.

hiking
3 months ago

I’ve tried to trail run this on a couple of occasions as part of a longer run in the park. Aside from the Chatfield loop (full outer loop of park), this park isn’t marked well at all. Even the map they have online combines different trails together. It’s a mess. What this has listed as Draiper is close enough to correct, but you’ll get off track easily.

This Trail is closed Wednesday and Thursday open every other day 7 a.m. to 7:30. What a disappointment to drive out here Wednesday after work for a short hike and then see the gates are closed and locked. What a disappointing feeling when trying to stay active outdoors!

hiking
3 months ago

overall the park is great and there are lots of different trail, all easy. this is a good hike with small children. that being said it is a very short hike and should be coupled with other hikes or fishing on one of the 5 lakes in the park. it isn't worth it if you are driving to do just this trail.

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5 months ago

Super short trail that you can knock out in a few minutes. Takes you from the car to an old schoolhouse (currently closed because of vandals). Entirely shaded and flat. There's no reason not to do it while you're there.

This is a great There-and-back trail. This trail branches off of the Hagan Stone Park loop trail. There are some minor inclines on it, nothing too major, and two water crossings. Luckily there are plenty of rocks in the water to help you cross. The real treat is at the end of the trail where there's an old homesite. I have no idea how it got there, or what it's history is, but it's beautiful. I highly recommend this trail.

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Sun Sep 03 2017