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Maxwell Bird
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Nature tripsBlowdown

the only parking we could find was on the side of the gravel road. once parked we had no way of knowing what trail to take. upon following another review we headed up the gravel a ways in our vehicle again, past the camp area on the right, and a little ways up the gravel we came to a small pull off with a vehicle trail. about 300ft down the vehicle trail another trail splits the vehicle path. take a left and the cave is a short distance down the trail. we ended up following the water a ways, which we enjoyed more for it being a hot day. cleaned up a little trash and headed back out. a few small blowdowns, but nothing major.

Miranda Rose
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Hiking

me and my boyfriend walked up the ATV trail about a quarter of a mile. when you get to where the gravel is youll see a bridge to the right and i cannot stress this enough take it. a few trees were down but nothing that wasn’t able to be handled. wonderful scenery

John Ryznar
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Hiking

Short hike

fred frank
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Hiking

Very nice trail but was not easy. We have walked trails all over the country this is a moderate at least. Steep and lots of elevation change not for faint at heart.

Leah Geiger
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Hiking

Paved trail, nice, short and beautiful water surrounding the end.

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Leah Geiger
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Hiking

Very educational. Highly suggest starting the loop by walking to the right first and looping around.

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Sierra Lopez
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Hiking

Cute little arch, a lot of stairs, when I went a tree had fallen and broken the boardwalk so you had to climb around lol

Sierra Lopez
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Hiking

Amazing hike, a lot of stairs, take water!

Irvin Henriquez
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Susan Olson
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HikingBlowdown

Enjoyable hike with some challenging ascents. Shaded all the way. Tree down about 1.5 miles into the loop (CCW) that is tough to navigate. Approach with care!

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Frank Todaro
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Hiking

This was a great hike. Saw some interesting trees and vegetation. We went counter clockwise to get the steep part of the hike over early. It was not muddy and the Trail had been recently serviced within the last few days.

Frank Todaro
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Hiking

We did this trail while it was members only. Only saw one other couple. We went right at the loop getting the up hill out of the way early. It has some interesting features, an old well and some water crossings that were easy. Peaceful. Great for the dog also. recommend it. We did encounter a few ticks but not horrible.

Nick Young
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Hiking

Really enjoyed this trail. The different terrain kept it interesting. A nice and short moderate!

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Austin McAllister
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Hiking

First off, for any first time users of this trail, beware that about half of this “trail” is the road that follows around the lake. This was unexpected and greatly disappointing. At the beginning of the trail you cross a bridge and can go left or right. We went right and for the first 1/4 mile was shaded and through some trees/dog park. Then it comes to a road and you follow that road around half the trail. There was a lot of traffic using the road so you have to pay extra attention or walk in the grass off the side of the lake. After about 2 miles in it turns into a paved/rock trail on a levee at the end of the lake. A bit later it finally hits a wooded part where you will finish the last 1.5-2 miles of the trail. That last part makes it all worth it, but the first half is very disappointing. Just be prepared for the road hike, because my wife and I were not.

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Braden Bromwell
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HikingClosed
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Jenna Elmore
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HikingRockyScramble
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Max Green
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Hiking

Pretty short (I think about 1/4 mile in and 1/4 mile out) and relatively easy for us and our four year old, with him being held close. Very huge drop offs but worth the views if you use caution

Carrie Smith
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Hiking

Used this trail to get to Three Springs Backcountry camp site. The trail was overgrown, lots of ticks, and you could tell it's a horse trail.

John Ryznar
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Hiking

Nice quick and easy trail

John Ryznar
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Hiking

Easy hike

Cody Nygard
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Hiking

Great trail! This one has been a favorite of my family for years!

John Ryznar
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Hiking

Great kid friendly trail

Ryan H.
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Hiking

Loved this hike! I appreciate how remote, quiet and rustically beautiful this forest is. Further along the loop, the trees are quite mature and the forest undergrowth is dense and full of life. I didn’t run into any ticks; though I can see how they might be an issue as the trail-side vegetation overlaps the path in many sections. Also, the hill that a few people refer to in their reviews really isn’t that bad either (when compared to similar hikes).

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Charles Hunt
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Hiking

We started at the lodge and went clockwise. it has rained, and was expectedly muddy. It was a beautiful hike, but we lost the trail about 2/3 of the way through. Going to try again going counterclockwise sometime.

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Katrina Moye
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Took the family here, and it was easy for even the seven year old. Very muddy, loaded with poison ivy and ticks. At the end of the rather boring, plodding trail is a very nice campsite with a steep drop to the Green River. We managed to slip and slide down the drop to play in the water, but I wouldn't call it truly accessable. We all had a great time and will be going back.

Ryan H.
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Hiking

I didn’t expect to enjoy this trail as much as I did. Despite the fact that this is basically just a greenway that meanders through a golf course, it’s a really nice paved walking path. Much of the trail is shaded by the woods between fairways. In this area, the trail runs beside a cascading creek. On the west side of the loop, the route runs beside the road and offers little shade.

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Ryan H.
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Hiking

This trail has two loops: a small paved loop on the crest of Dumont Hill and a large gravel loop that encircles the entire encampment. Counterclockwise, the gravel loop takes you past an outdoor performance pavilion before descending into the forest. Once in the woods, the path intermittently opens up to meadow views of the slopes of Dumont Hill. Currently, there is a fallen tree across the trail. The woods are young and the forest is pretty scruffy; however, it’s still a really nice walking path.

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Tammy Gibbs
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HikingNo shade

Trail was dog friendly but liitle to no shade on the trail so blacktop trail will most likely be hot on little paws. luckily plenty of grassy fields joining on one side. the trail mostly follows the road the other half runs behind subdivisions. Trail was easy and flat but not much to look at.

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