hiking
23 hours ago

Hiked 7/2/2020 saw a beaver dam and a covered bridge. Trail is muddy

bird watching
4 days ago

decent way to escape town for a minute.

hiking
4 days ago

A very doable hike. If you’re backpacking and want lake views, the first couple of camping spots are your best bet. We camped 5 miles in (very last camping spot) and had only a creek view. Very serene and pretty!

hiking
4 days ago

Flat, well-maintained gravel trail. About a mile in, was flooded so couldn’t go to the end.

hiking
4 days ago

Extremely muddy - ruined shoes. Had to turn back.

This trail was awesome, you’ll be able to walk and see the beautiful shoreline. Half the shoreline is covered by rocks/pebbles, and the other half sandy. A park area you can play in. Grill areas you can reserve, one area has an awning with a fireplace. Enough space to social distance.

hiking
blowdown
bugs
flooded
muddy
over grown
scramble
washed out
5 days ago

hiking
5 days ago

They are not allowing bikes at this moment

It was a nice walk with my dog. not a whole bunch of physically distance. pretty trees .

hiking
7 days ago

At 33 weeks pregnant this trail was absolutely amazing for me. It was just the right amount of elevation and distance for me to feel like I got a good work out without over exhausting myself. I also brought my mother and nine-year-old son who enjoyed the walk as well. BEAUTIFUL views! Would highly recommend.

hiking
muddy
over grown
8 days ago

We have never been up to the area, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. With two toddlers in tow I was a little nervous because of the rush of water. Once we got onto the trail we enjoyed how well maintained the trail was! It wasn’t until we had been walking awhile that it got overgrown and I wasn’t sure if we were supposed to keep walking?? We only saw one other person on the trail towards the end and she let us know that further down was muddy and slippery. We ultimately decided to turn around but enjoyed the walk tremendously!

hiking
9 days ago

Gran lugar para caminar y relajarte

hiking
blowdown
bugs
flooded
muddy
over grown
rocky
scramble
washed out
9 days ago

Great trail if your looking for privacy. Be prepared and carry a gps. The last 1.5 miles are very strenuous, dangerous and almost near vertical. Requires crawling and climbing. Once at the top the views are amazing and the fishing is spectacular. If you take the canoes or kayak out watch out for float planes landing/taking off. Saw a few bears. Also heads up the trail head is on Reiter Rd and has a history of car break ins.

This is a NW favorite, super busy but you can figure out why once you get there. It’s a 2.8 loop, you can walk, ride your bike, skate, and go swimming if you would like. Right now with covid the parking lots are closed and there is limited parking on the street so be prepared to hunt a parking spot down. It gets crowded but there are a ton of activities you can do and everyone is super friendly and keeps to themself.

running
blowdown
muddy
off trail
rocky
washed out
11 days ago

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