5 reviews
Monday, October 17, 2016

Not a bad trail for leisurely hike through the woods. Once you get to the trailhead it may be confusing because there are a number of different trails that go through Lone Mountain State Forest. They are all blazed with different colors but we were not able to find good information on where each trail went. We parked at the point shown on the trail here, but there is a more "official" trailhead for the park off of Clayton Howard Road. From our parking spot we took the Longest Mile Trail up the mountain, passing a few interesting ponds and a natural spring, to the Coyote Point Spur Overlook, which was the only real viewpoint on the trail. The view is not bad and you can see all the way to the power plant in Kingston on a clear day. We continued the look from there continuing the loop but turned on the Horseshoe Flatts trails and used the BMP Road to get back to the parking lot.