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12 hours ago

Had a nice leisurely hike here with the kids and grandparents. Some of the trail was a bit muddy, but nothing impassable.

There was a decent amount of water going over the falls, which is rewarding to see the falls (not dried out).

The kids especially enjoyed exploring and finding critters along the way (red efts, etc).

There is a very small gravel parking lot here, and we often see cars along the road. There is a kiosk at the parking lot trail head that has information about the trail.

No views to see besides trees, narrow path, many rocks. OK.

road biking
18 hours ago

Left trail is muddy and extremely buggy. Tons of mosquitos that are immune to bug spray

hiking
18 hours ago

Great trails to do with the family. The bog trail has a few observation spots saw a lot of fish and a big turtle.

Excellent day hike trail with beautiful scenery. The Falls are spectacular, bring a picnic lunch.

Would rate this trail as a little more than moderate, but great views at top are worth the trek.

Not a bad hike. Trails were muddy in spots but overall well maintained. Hike is mostly forested so the only views were from the fire tower and a brief spot towards the lean to. Took around 3 hours round trip moved a little slower because I was playing with some maps and a new compass.

hiking
20 hours ago

Nice hike mostly in the woods with a couple views om the way up. Rocky summit has 360 degree view. Climbed the restored fire tower and got an even better view..I'm 76 and did the whole 6.8 miles in 3hr 40 min, plus a half hour on the top. Trail is in great shape, although my knees aren't as happy on the downhills as they used to be.

hiking
21 hours ago

Wasn't expecting a strenuous hike but worth it

Muddy but beautiful