hiking
no shade
1 month ago

We enjoyed the hike. The trail marking is interesting at times but we got through it. Don't do it for the dinosaur tracks, we are not geologists but we were looking in that area and saw a nice draw but no tracks.

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
3 months ago

Left camp site 10, hiked Upper Hill Trail to Dinosaur Trail, to Shady Trail, North Scenic Loop, to Lower Big Hill Trail to Camp

walking
3 months ago

Beautiful, well groomed trail and dogs on leash are ok. Prickly pear and other sticky stuff be aware, off to the sides

hiking
4 months ago

Flat trail. Good leg stretcher.

There are no markers

hiking
bugs
no shade
over grown
rocky
Tue May 28 2019

Pretty and options for stopping/water at a few points. Very little shade so plan accordingly. Parts of the loop are very overgrown with long grass that can soak your legs and feet with dew in the morning and conceal snakes in the afternoon. This trail had an amazing amount of butterflies and was a fun way to explore the park. Make sure to pack deep woods insect repellent for the tall grass and giant mosquitoes. Lots of animal tracks to check out as well.

The trail begins right across from the Burkett trail entrance. It is marked Winding Snake. It is beautiful, the trial is well marked, and lined with beautiful flowers. When I got to the Lanky Lackey Trail, the was no marked path. I hiked through the brush and tall grass until I found a road that took me straight to Fisher Lake. Once at Fisher Lake, I could not find the path that lead back to my start point. So, I continued following the edge of the lake and hiked through a field. At large tree stump I turned towards the trees, hiked through cactus, tall grass, and brush until I made it back on the Winding Snake trail and back to my start point. Have fun :)

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