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Great park by Bridgeton. Walked here on 10/6/18 with our dog.

walking
28 days ago

Very cute set of trails. Great place for kids. Some very cool and well built jungle course things which were a blast to play on. Overall a great place to go for a walk.

September 1st 2018. was a perfect day to go hiking we went on this hike. trail os well marked just about did all of the trails. I enjoyed it.

walking
1 month ago

Nice walk through the woods.

We hiked this trail on 8/25/18 with our dog. It’s a short hike to the top with great view of several local lakes. Definitely recommend the entire summit loop-the back side of the mountain is a bit more of a challenge but overall a fairly easy hike.

Love these trails. Well maintained with nice views. Can sometimes be crowded.

Really enjoyable walk through the woods. Multiple trails that are extremely well marked and maintained with a few activities. If you follow the LEA Pinecrest trail off the Willet Brook trail and walk past the science center, there are three play areas with balance beams, ropes, and such.

walking
1 month ago

The first half of the loop was a great walk through forest and wet-lands, including two points that have great views of the river and pond. Well maintained and marked trails/boardwalks. Really enjoyable. The second half included a severely overgrown boardwalk, a confusing wander through sparse and buggy woods, and some time on a road. There is a canoe launch that had a public canoe which was very cool, we took it for a quick spin and saw some beaver lodges up close. Wear boots as there are muddy/puddley spots along the trails.

Nice walk, well marked for the first half but quite overgrown and hard to follow for the second half. Very buggy, bring bug spray. Several nice lookout spots for the pond, and even a free canoe you can take out, very cool!

Accurately rated as easy, though there are a few steep points where old pups or people with weak knees might struggle. Beautiful lookout points. The whole loop-de-loop that AllTrails lays out here took us just under two hours, including short stops to take in the views.

hiking
2 months ago

Great for all ages

Great trail! Easy to find and plenty of parking. The trails are well marked and the views were beautiful!

great views, good exercise.

walking
3 months ago

As I live by this trail I am saddened that there has not been up keep to it. Over the years it is not marked very well and has over grown in many areas. If you don’t know the trail it can be very disappointing. Plus the map here does not even show the whole trail. The real trail head is at Highland lake and comes through town, beside the movie theater, and yes it gets to behind the gas station. But again some signs are missing and trails are not being kept up.

walking
3 months ago

I do love these easy, well marked trails. I just wish I could walk more of them with my dog. Only one trail is allowed for dogs.

Went today with my husband, two kids (11 and 13 year olds) and our dog. We as a family go multiple times a summer to these trails. Love this hike. Wonderful day, hot at the top but so worth it.

Great hike with 9 year old, 6 year old, and dog. Took the Boys Chase Loop up to the summit. Awesome payoffs along the way for such a reasonable hike. Would recommend it to anyone with kids.

walking
3 months ago

We took 5 kids here and we were unpleasantly surprised. The start of the trail is located behind a gas station. The trail begins very overgrown and if there was not a sign indicating that it was the Stevens Brook trail we probably would have left. There were a few make shift homes on the side of the trail, they appeared to be current residences to someone. As we walked the smell of the water continued to increase, it was very unpleasant. We continued to the end of the trail and not much changed the path was extremely overgrown in many areas and the area itself was not inviting. There were homes on the other side of the brook and trash littered all behind them on the brook side as well. It was a short walk, which was a positive to the entire adventure.

We did the Bob Chase trail for an easy 1.5 mile quick hike. If you’re short on time, it’s a well marked trail, very pretty through beech and birch forest with beautiful views and wild Blueberries at the summit.

hiking
3 months ago

Good for a quick 2 mile run.

Great hike with beautiful views!

hiking
3 months ago

Start of trail is no longer accurately marked. There are very few trail markers along the way that are in useful places. The creek is lovely.

I started hiking last week and this is my second hike. All the trails are up and down for a nice leg workout. Some nice views. My Dog enjoyed it. Hardly any bugs and my Dog only had one tick. Good hike for the young and older folks.

Great mountain! Many trails! Hiked with my 6 year old- very steep at some parts in the loop he fell quite a bit- we made a walking stick and held hands at those parts and he did well. :)

Nice trails and plenty of options to loop around. Also there is a large parking lot. Keep in mind the bugs were pretty bad at the bottom and top and I did have a tick on me when I got home so bring plenty of bug spray! Overall I would definitely recommend and will come back as I live only about 30 minutes away.

hiking
5 months ago

The trails are wet (expected this time of year) I love all the wooden bridges through the wet lands. I tracked 5.4 Miles for the loop. The road to the parking lot is a Not maintained road. Bring bug spray!

Quick hike with beautiful views from the summit! We took the Bob Chase Trail up to the summit and it was well-marked and well-maintained!

Nice little hike. The green trail was a little too steep for the two 10 year old boys we had with us, but the rest of the hike was nice.

Excellent hike with a spectacular view from many spots. Some sort of large bird nest near the summit and saw two large white tail deer near the top. LOVED this hike!

snowshoeing
7 months ago

The South Face Loop is VERY challenging in snow shoes for a newbie!
I will return!

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