The "grand view" while grand is NOT the best IMHO. The gorge section has lots of views and you're in/by the water. Plenty of small pools for wading in. Small waterfalls. Lots of shade.

Fun trail once you get past the fields and get to the creek hike. We went backwards and started by the baseball field at the left of the normal entrance. The kids thought it was fun to cross the creek and jump rocks towards the end.

This trail was very difficult! Lots of rock climbing on the blue trail. Also, rocks were not marked well to know when to cross over. Fitbit picked this trail up as a 4.8 mile loop. Still a beautiful trail though! Lots of wildlife around and some beautiful mini waterfallls! Watch out for snakes on this trail! We ran into 2!

This hike had a little of everything you could ask for: woods, fields, streams and a few vistas overlooking the river briefly. Well marked and maintained!

Amazing trail, however, I was not so sure how it looped. With that said I may have been easily confused, but my dog and I really enjoyed the hike. Use caution if it's wet or raining because rocks can be slippery!

By far our favorite local trail. So worth it!!

our favorite local train!

Wonderfully varied terrain. From woods, to stream crossings, to steep paved paths, to a stunning field hilltop. I wore hiking boots, which may have been overkill, but they served me well. I wouldn't recommend doing this in flip flops. There were some slippery rocks and several places where I had to hunt for the blue blazes, but this was a gorgeous moderate hike for non-beginner hikers.