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on Finger Lake Trail

3 days ago

Instant favorite!

on Finger Lake Trail

10 days ago

Exceptionally beautiful and interesting 2 mile easy loop.

29 days ago

Not a trail; a happenstance path along parking lot mainly - but does have brief stroll through short woods to an outstanding view of lake.

it's a nice peaceful spot to paddle, lots of historical waterway connections, floating lauch.

OMG! I went earlier today with my children, the bugs where hurendous and we couldn't even partake in the journey. Hopefully I'll retry it again to see it gets better! I was disappointed on this go around!!

walking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Great short walk for family

hiking
2 months ago

mountain biking
2 months ago

The trail is super straight and seems like it never ends. bugs are not real bad. its more like a bug highway, they ping right off ur head/ face and for the most part continue on their way. Bikers defiantly wear a bandanna and sunglasses to keep bugs out and keep your mouth closed. (ate a few) The lake breeze was a welcome sight as well as the view.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Nice quiet walk (for the most part), with family, through the woods.

hiking
4 months ago

walking
4 months ago

We strolled along with a baby and had a toddler on a bike and stayed on the roads so can't honestly rate the trails well. Great picnic and playground area!

It was OK for a bike ride. It is gravel the entire way. Perhaps a paved or "natural" trail would've been better.

Accurately described

off road driving
5 months ago

This is a very simple and plain off road experience with no challenge. It does provide several scenic areas to hike with trails that are well maintained and that provide excellent views of the Dismal Swamp and eventually Lake Drummond.