Explore the most popular wildlife trails near Milton with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Was very nice, got to see a couple carnivorous plants in the water.

walking
1 month ago

A bit too over grown, walked a mile off trail before realizing it. Dog loved it, vary hot and some bugs. Decent little hick.

Nice open area. The trees seem sparse but actually provide decent spots for shade. The trail itself is narrow and kind of overgrown. I’d suggest long pants. We weren’t able to get too far because one section was flooded, so we just turned around. Had we not had my young son with us, we would have tried to go around it. Not a bad way to kill an hour.

This is an excellent trail in the blackwater state forest. A lot more fun north bound than south bound.

It's a beautiful short trail that follows along the Blackwater River just East of the US Hwy 90 bridge heading into Milton. 0.9 mile and then 0.9 mile back. A simple short trek full of flora and native plants.

Great Short Hike! Will do again!

it was awesome I'd go again in the summer to see blooming flowers.

Sunday, January 14th, 2018
7:30A.M.
51*F/24*F
Sunny; Clear
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The Clear Creak Nature Trail is a trail located near NAS Whiting Field navel installation. This trail is maintained by the Whiting Field MWR and you can contact them or gather more information at:

https://www.navymwrwhitingfield.com/programs/581207cd-7bc2-4aeb-afd0-992457ff9807

This is a spectacular nature trail on all accounts.

Very nice well maintained trail with a beautiful boardwalk section. It has restrooms a picnic areas at the trailhead With also benches and nature tips along the way The trail is located The left right before the base Entrance through the RV park (Not on the Base) ,highly recommend this beautiful hike through nature.

great trail... well kept

Very clean and up kept

mountain biking
Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Bear Lake biking trail is a great easy to moderate ride. My husband and I rode it forwards and backwards in March. The only part that made the trail moderate was the gravel hill and a couple of other climbs. Going downhill was a blast with easy switchbacks. Lots of fun!
Walk to the grist mill after you ride. It is definitely an interesting historical part of the area.

Great trail!

100% worth the drive.

Didn't find this trail but found a 6 miler around Bear Lake...just down Hwy 4 on the left. Nice ride and lake...

walking
Sunday, May 17, 2015

I just tried the Deaton Bridge Rd loop parallel to the river and around the swamp. For a beginner like me it was very nice and easy

hiking
20 days ago

hiking
5 months ago

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