My hike varied quite a bit from this route. I hiked nearly every trail in the northern half of Milo McIver State Park. It was a nice hike, though I had wished for more visibility and access to the river. There was one really cool place to hang out on large logs at the northeast point. Most river access trails are not official, but rather "hacks" users have made. It's almost like the park rangers don't really want people using the river. Perhaps it's because there is a dam upstream, and it can be dangerous to play downstream in case the flow needs to be changed. Next time I visit I'll see the southern half of the park which I predict to be more interesting. The trails are well-marked and pretty easy to follow. There was a lot of undergrowth that looked like poison ivy along some of trail sections, so I tried to avoid it.