“A nice nature hike through second-growth forests.”
— Isaac Bozeman
Birding · Fall Colors · Lake · River/Creek · Views · Wildlife
It is short and easy.
Closes at dusk.
This trail starts near the beginning of Trail 10
. The trail has few roots and rocks, making it ideal for young kids. The tread is nice and smooth, making it good for trail runners also. The trail meanders its way past 32nd Street Swamp, past Big Beaver Pond, and then up a small hill. Once on top of the hill, the trail begins a downward slope to Trail 106
. The berm along this portion is pretty steep, and rooty.
Flora & Fauna
Many cedars and other pines line this wonderful trail. There are also beavers that live here, however they are rarely seen.