Birding · Fall Colors · Geological Significance · River/Creek
Need to Know
No access fee. Open daily from dawn to dusk. Pets permitted on a leash (6' or shorter). No bicycles or motorized vehicles. Year round porta-potty. No potable water source.
The trail winds though mature, undisturbed woodlands. It is rare to see anyone else on the trail. There are several benches and picnic tables to sit and enjoy the solitude.
From the parking lot, head right onto the Wildness Walk
and out onto Rosie's Ravine Walk
. This is a really nice trail through undisturbed mature woodlands that ends at a meandering stream. At the end of Rosie's Ravine Walk
, continue on Paul's Walk through the ravine and mature woodlands. At the trail junction, take a right onto the Wildflower Walk
to the parking lot. Take a lunch and sit at one of the many picnic tables.
Shared By: Rafi Wilkinson