Tutelo Birding Trail is a 1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Clarksville, Virginia that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until November.
This was the first trail we hiked in the park.
A nice level wooded trail.
A very pleasant walk in the woods. There is a viewing platform. It is an easy trail with gentle up and down, but mostly level walking.
This is a nice woodland trail. It is very easy to follow and not enough vertical change to get tired. I did not see any interesting birds, but maybe I did not know what I was looking for.
Park volunteer Jessica Lynn, a local high school student, and Matt Claybrook senior park ranger, have worked long and hard to bring about this self guided nature trail at Occoneechee State Park. While out hiking, have you ever wondered about what types of trees you are seeing along the way? Thanks to this new self-guided hike along the Tutelo Birding Trail, visitors to Occoneechee State Park can learn more about native trees in Southern Virginia. Even in winter when most of the trees are bare, there are still plenty of ways to identify the various species, such as leaves, bark, and seed pods. This is a pleasant wooded trail with a raised platform for bird watchers. The park rates this trail as intermediate but it is on the easy side of intermediate.