Birding · Fall Colors · River/Creek · Spring · Views · Wildflowers · Wildlife
This hike's gentle grades and short length make it a great option for families.
This is a great local hike with secluded views along Eagle Creek. Along the way, you'll pass through plenty of scenic woodlands as you enjoy your time out in nature. There is a variety of wildlife within the park and the trails are well-defined.
Need to Know
This area is great to hike in all year.
Starting from the parking area on Sugarbush Drive, follow Trail 1 east. Shortly after leaving the parking lot, the trail will reach a fork. Stay on Trail 1 here (left) as you make your way toward Eagle Creek. Upon reaching the junction with the Eagle Creek Trail, head south along the creek to intersect with multiple other park trails. When you reach the end of the Eagle Creek Trail, take Trail 2 back toward the first junction of the day and the parking area.