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Nice hike, river view and historic markers. We took our 4 year old grandson and had fun teaching him how to identify the different types of trees and leaves, moss mushrooms. Picnic tables and small grills available and a playground. Only complaint would be about the hikers that let their dogs off leash.

Great place ❤️

Nice walk for the dog. Not many scenic areas but relaxing. Should be rated as easy rather than moderate.

Very nice. Just exactly what our family of four needs for an afternoon of exercise.

hiking
1 month ago

Really pretty trails. sometimes narrow but peaceful and varied. Dog loved ut. Lots of big rocks for climbing.

good walk with the dog. other dogs off leash made it more difficult. not much water for the falls but balancing Rock is cool.

This park provides a nice combination of tall woodlands, farmland views and riverside vistas. The River Run and Bridal Loop trails will give you a full sweep of the park, but there are multiple short trails running east-and-west between them if you want to cut the hike short. There are a couple of small climbs but it’s mostly flat trekking. A nice afternoon getaway.

I must be old. My Yorkie and I were exhausted! Great place.

Great and convenient place for a light trail run or an easy hike. The trails are well labeled too.

Love this trail. My husband and I go here a few times a month with our dogs. It gives a decent work out without kicking your butt pending your fitness level. The dogs love it and we don't have to worry about tons of people on the trails.

Buggy way to buddy

walking
2 months ago

Nothing spectacular. The ledges were very impressive and is an easy spot to tire the dog out while on vacation. The trail is an easy walk but a bit overgrown in some places while others were nice and wide. Very buggy after a rainy day.

nice hike for family with little kids. nice view of river.

I did this in the 50's the end of Feb, no snow on the ground. then March hit. the bal. rock is cool.

Great little hike for little tikes!

trail running
3 months ago

Well maintained. Well marked.

hiking
3 months ago

Marked really well. Large blueberry bushes. Striking views, not heavily trafficked.

Ehhhh, nothing to write home about, probably won’t go back and it is more of a walk and was quite buggy. If I wasn’t using the gps I would have been lost for hours!

walking
4 months ago

Easy hike, there are clear trail markings and they are easy to follow. Falls lack luster but nice easy walk with one small section of elevation gain.

Easy and relaxing trail.

The trail is not well marked why I don’t recommend following the AllTrail map. We landed somewhere in the woods and returned. I would love to finish the trail because of natural beauty and tranquility. Bring plenty of bug spray because I never have seen so many mosquitos in one area.

Nice walk in the woods, well maintained. However, there were a lot of different trails off of the main trail which I wasn’t sure of where they ended up. I’ll have to try them next time.

Beautiful and great for a leisurely and peaceful nature walk.

Straight forward out and back with a few side trails. Pretty dry overall and would be a great trail running spot. The housing foundations are pretty cool.

So much to see! I will be going back to explore more of the area.

Easy trail for toddlers and beautiful views. Spent a couple hours exploring here and definitely could have spent longer.

Really cool trail close to home. Old foundations, waterfall, beaver pond. And a large balancing rock. Trail marked (white ) after pond.

hiking
7 months ago

I walked this yesterday 56* sunny in Maine , that was a treat. Small parking lot. trail well marked( BLUE ). Old foundation and lots of great stonewalls. some of the largest ground ledges I have seen in the area, very cool.

fun trails, cool landmarks. slightly hard to find

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