Devil's Bathtub and its surrounding trails is a popular destination for birdwatchers and hikers. Two parking lots can be found from the south side of the trail loop off of Pond Road.
Devil's Bathtub Trail loops around a moderately steep ridge and is well-marked by pink trail blazes. The east face is gentle and flat. Turning to the other side requires climbing the ridge for approximately 100 feet of distance. As the trail passes Devil's Bathtub, a deeply sunken glacially formed pool, a boardwalk leads to steps climbing out of the basin and to the upper parking lot. Follow trail blazes back down the ridge almost to the bottom, then turn south to stay on the marked loop.