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walking
1 month ago

Good walk to take the dog on. Although it would be nice to see some signage so you don't go the wrong way and end up at Makarenko park in Cosmopolis.

hiking
2 months ago

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hiking
3 months ago

We got lost! There are several trails that look just as walked on as others. We made it all the way to Makarenko park and than turned around! There are no signs or trail markers where the other trails branch off, that would of been nice! Otherwise, it was a nice walk, some muddy parts and we bumped into someone on a motorbike and another guy with a rather large unleashed dog. There are some neat educational signs along the way of the actual Lake Swano trail, some talk about animals, others talk about the history of the area. Fun, although longer than expected, afternoon with the kids.

walking
4 months ago

Short but fun little trail.

walking
5 months ago

Great quick and easy hike. :)

hiking
Friday, August 05, 2016

Ok trail around a lake next to a college

hiking
Friday, July 29, 2016

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Meh.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Sunday, May 01, 2016

Close to Aberdeen. Lots of parking. Great for families with younger kids.

Friday, February 05, 2016

hiking
Friday, March 27, 2015

My wife (who is 7 months pregnant) and I hiked this today on our way back from Ocean Shores to Battle Ground. We had hiked around part of this trail a few years ago and wanted to take advantage of the sunny early spring day. We were not disappointed. First let me say this trail claims to be wheelchair friendly, however you better be some sort of a wheelchair ninja with a Hummer style wheelchair, or have a pretty strong friend to get you around.

Overall this is a gem! The interpretive section of the trail on the North end the lake is amazing. The trail to the West of the creek is narrow and does not quite make it all the way around to the far bridge, but it's worth the trip on that side. As for the East loop around the lake it's quite boring compared to the rest of the trail and is where you do most of your climbing. Once you get going back down and cross the South bridge at the head of the lake you are back to the cool part of the trail. The trail was quite muddy in spots, but overall still "easy" (again not so if you are in a wheelchair I assume). If you were wondering about this, it is well worth the 5 min drive off of hwy 12/101 . 2 thumbs up!