definely no one uses this trail much, but then again it was the middle of the summer
Lots of rainwater and mud...but much better than sitting at home...fish, not biting
Great staff and trails are blazed!! Trail was in great shape and clear.
I hiked the trails at Meridian State Park solo on a Sunday afternoon and then camped overnight. The park was fairly empty as the weekend campers and people with day passes were leaving, so I was able to get a scenic camping spot (#30) right on the lake shore.
The trails run throughout the park, but most of the trails go along and around the lake. There is a separate, looping nature trail, however, above the lake that takes you on a short trip through some scenic woods.
Some parts of the trail are not very well-maintained and overgrown with vegetation, but nothing too bad.
Nice lake and trails, but the campsites are small and close together. Great views from most of the screened shelters however!
Love Love this place Like a oasis a gem that nobody knows about it had diffucutly in places but nothing to bad or to long the groung was smooth not to rocky I'll go back again again The trail went right around the lake so you always had a veiw of it
Hiked Bosque, Shinnery Ridge, Little Forest Junior, and Little Sptings trails for a great morning of hiking. Cutting through sites 25 and 26 was weird, but everyone was friendly. Park was maybe half full and the weather was great!!!
Man Weekend. Just us guys. We had fun even with the cold, wet, windy conditions. I will go back. The hiking was great. A step up from my other hikes. I love the size of the lake. Just big enough.
My son and I camped and hiked the trails that the park had to offer. The camping was not as good as I would have hoped for, the sites are way close together. The trails were in need some maintenance. On two of the trails we got to almost the end of them and then the trail stoped or was blocked by downed tress. Overall though this park is very nice.
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