I thought this was a pretty good trail. I brought my little dog with me. We enjoyed the paved path more than the gravel one. First there are a lot of big dogs running around free and getting in your business and second I was worried about the gravel on my dogs paws since she is only used to grass and cement. Other than that I thought it was beautiful. Great views of the mountains and lots of green trees still!! I would definitely go back.

It's a dog park. It's sad to see a historical park become a shit hole for dogs. Other than that it was pretty easy & nice.

Had a great time with our Labradors. We're in our 50's and had a 10 yr old Lab with us among our other dogs. Great walk/hike! Nice people. Would definitely recommend

Literally a SHITTY park. Dog poops everywhere and it stinks! Not much to look around either. Not recommended if you don't have a dog.

Easy trail. Lots of shade: BUT it is an off leash trail so be prepared for lots of dogs at times, and the smell of dog poo just about everywhere when it's warm. It's most fun with a dog of your own.

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Lots of dogs!

Nice little walk, even if you don't own a a dog!

This was a great little hike. If you go the left side it's paved and all up hill. If you go the right side it's downhill. Left side is all in the sun and the right side has some good shade.

The cool thing is at the end of the right side is some water you can play in. The left side connects to the right side and you can get to the water that way.

Hidden in the south trail is some dirt bike ramps to jump on. That was a cool find. Have fun! I'm