Pretty trails, though lots of mosquitos on this July afternoon so take appropriate precautions. I like that the trails are relatively narrow because they feel like secret paths through the forest, but the downside is that you will brush against some plants so be careful of ticks. We didn't find any, this is just a general precaution for New England.

We saw an adult and juvenile warbler in a tree near the path just after leaving the parking lot. Not sure which variety, but very pretty.

Very much looking forward to visiting again in Fall and Winter!

Beautiful views! And just an ol' round easy trail just enough for some fresh air

walking
8 months ago

Nice little loop. low impact hike.

good for a beginner

11 months ago

We hiked this trail in late October, but still enjoyed a beautiful foliage. We imagined this trail would be gorgeous in early spring and at peak leaf turning season.

The path is easy and relatively flat, although there are sections where you have to pay attention due to limbs and rocks. There is a lot of variation of foliage and scenery which kept it interesting and delightful. Would definitely do this again when where in the mood for a light afternoon walk.

Our bonus: when we arrived at the car, I almost missed that there was a frog hiding in the well of our rear tire! We scooched it along with a twig into safety. Check out the photo.

hiking
Sunday, September 11, 2016

hiking
Saturday, July 23, 2016

If you come for this walk, and still have the energy... Head from here to Fort Barton!

Clearly marked trails. Beautiful woods and water views

Monday, October 05, 2015

Great hike, amazing views; but lots of bugs! Bug repellent is a must!!

hiking
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

hiking
Tuesday, May 21, 2013

hiking
Saturday, March 02, 2013

hiking
Sunday, December 11, 2011

Lovely trail, make sure to have your hiking boots. Beautiful water views and an easy trail. Been here many times, lovely views and beautifully maintained grounds.

walking
Sunday, November 06, 2011