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My wife and I took our 15 month son on part tof the green trail. It wasn't marked very well so ended up just finding way back to road then to parking lot. But was good was to get out of house and walk off some of Thanksgiving dinner.
My wife and I hiked this trail taking turns carrying our son in a backpack carrier. We left around 9 am and the weather was in the 50-60s and overcast. The trail is easy to follow and was bladed the entire length. It has a few steep spots but is generally a gradual slope down to the creek bed if coming from the south end of the trail by the pavilion. The natural bridge is under the bench if want to look for it too.
My wife and I took the nature walk on the first part of this trail just before sundown. I carried our son in a backpack carrier, and he enjoyed it. Trail is easy and well maintained. The park guide was friendly and very informative as to the areas plants and animals that we saw. Short hike,but a chance to get out of the trailer and hike with another family.
This trail is short and fairly easy to follow.It is only 1 mile long , so 2 if you go down and back. It is marked very well by the yellow posts every so often. This summer it was pretty cleared but was overgorn the las ttime i walked it. Overall it is a good place to get started in hiking.