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hiking
3 months ago

this was not a hike more for walking and running. but its beautiful but i was looking for a hike

Absolutely awful. Dead grass and bird poop everywhere. The whole east side of the park smells like strong, strong sewage, so much so that it'a hard to breathe. There are knats all along the trail unless it's windy, and when it is, the wind reaches almost 30mph with nothing else to break it out there. Absolutely awful

If there is a 3 1/2 I'd give it. I went during the day and found it an interesting hike. I liked the wildlife

Did the night walk- always educational and something new to learn. Great, beautiful night for it!

walking
4 months ago

Awesome place to walk well groomed trails and see some great desert wildlife!! Go early before it gets too hot!!

Nice flat trail, with lots of small wildlife.

so mad right now!!! Just drove 35 miles with my dog bc the description says dogs are allowed on a leash but that is inaccurate info! Dogs are not allowed.

walking
5 months ago

Had to make my way here during the tail end of the superbloom. Unfortunately it was very windy that day so most of the poppies were closed up. I did find a few patches of open poppies along the way but they were few and far in between. Wish I had come mid March to see the fields encompassed in them. Came here around 7am and only one other car was there.

walking
5 months ago

I went a couple of days ago and arrived pretty early when most of the poppies were still closed from the cold night. Walked to the second vista and enjoyed the views and on the walk back the poppies were open and gorgeous. SUPER windy so I would recommend no hat and lots of sunscreen instead. There are a lot of people if you just do the short loop but you can get a little bit less of a crowd if you go to the vista points.

Very cool trail system in town. Tons of wildlife.