Difficulty finding entrance to trail ......asked people in park and nobody knew.......once I found entrance Sign was off......just empty post Found map and sign at bottom of hill to trail.....but hiked with my dog a few miles liked and will be go back......shame wasted alot of time looking for trail.

love the trail but this has been one of the most confusing trail to navigate. There are barely any signs especially on intersections and midway through, the color code on the trees disappears. The maps doesn't seem to coordinate with the trail in certain areas. we basically had to second guess and walk the purple back and forth until we took an unmarked trail and finally after stopping some hikers we were able to get back to the green loop.

1 month ago

decent trail, areas that were a little overgrown but generally clear. markings somewhat confusing.

The trail was so muddy and had been ridden through by pedal bikers. Total beat up the ground. My kids were covered in mud and the bugs were ridiculous due to the dampness and humidity

Another good walking/jogging trail in this park. This one also joins up with several other trails and can be a bit confusing because the blazes are a strange. Really no way to get truly lost or be forced to walk any longer than you originally set out to do.

trail running
4 months ago

Nice casual trail for a walking/jogging, or a short mountain bike ride. Not sure its quite 1.8 miles, but its very hard to tell where the trail goes after it leaves the woods near the tennis courts. If you are walking with small kids, I'd keep any eye on them for the first few hundred feet from the trailhead as you go down hill -- there are lots of exposed tree roots that anyone could easily trip on if they were careless or took a misstep.

I found navigation a little frustrating. I ended up starting at the Tee Pee Loop Sign which actually seemed to be the blue line based on spray paint on the trees. We followed it to the perpendicular crossing with purple line. Then doubled back about 75 yards and dropped down on what I believe was green line. Ran into the waterfall and there is a pic nic bench there. Would be great to pack a lunch to. Then tried to follow the green line back toward the tee pee trail head. But about 150 yards down stream of the waterfall (beside the old rusty vehicle frame) the trails get pretty messy with no clear indication of how to continue on the green line. Maybe someone that goes there often could take some green paint down to that area for newbies to the area.

Super easy for beginners but the blazes were either non existent or difficult to find. There are four trails on this location so it can be confusing if you're not familiar with this area. The waterfall was nice and there's a bench to rest at.

Pretty easy hike and a pleasant get away from the city. Some great playgrounds and picnic areas around for those who like duh things.