Addison Whitworth on 26 Feb 2021
stephen bender on 20 Sep 2020
Widely cut trails through various hammocks provide little shade. Go on an overcast day. This is a place of subtle small treasures depending on the season. In fall, numerous flowering plant species and of course butterflies. Also, so many interesting fungus. Take your time here.
Bryan Lindenberger on 22 Jan 2021
There's plenty of hiking here. I hiked 6.5 miles, and there's plenty more. The trails are wide and well-blazed without much standing water, so biting insects are low for the area. There's not much shade, so I recommend cooler months or a cloudy day in warmer months. Fall and spring certainly promise to have much to see insofar as wildflowers, but I went in January and enjoyed my time.nnThe main trails are packed well enough for trail biking or equestrian, while side loops tend to have more sweet sand for a more strenuous hiking or running workout. Traffic was low, and I had a pleasant time to myself outdoors.