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The park features several different trails and different kinds of terrain to hike. There is a causeway through the middle of the swamp area to see the myriad of flora and fauna that thrive in this oasis amid the concrete jungle that surrounds it. Park...More
This jewel of West Monroe is located on I-20 right off the Downing Pines exit. Once a scar on the landscape due to decades of use as a gravel pit, it’s now a marvel of how nature can restore itself from human abuse. Stop by...More
Discovered by accident.
Not really my destination but it was near my hotel.
Very nice park. Well done.
Was not expecting much so I was pleasantly surprised by how nice this facility is.
Well worth the time to visit.
We visited one morning, it was just down the road from our hotel. From outside it does not look like much but when we got to the wetlands it was beautiful! the path is well marked, not very taxing, we only took an hour to...More
Our destination was La Quinta which just so happens to be on the edge of this trail. A pleasant surprise! The trail was very nice, mostly rocks/gravel with a wooden bridge that goes over a swamp that was filled with beautiful white water lilies. Several...More
Response from blueeyedcajun28 | Reviewed this property |
The trail is wide enough for someone's scooter. I am not sure that it would be an easy ride though. The trail is not paved. It has alot of rocks or gravel. A few places might be too rough. I would suggest Kiroli Park because... More
The trail is wide enough for someone's scooter. I am not sure that it would be an easy ride though. The trail is not paved. It has alot of rocks or gravel. A few places might be too rough. I would suggest Kiroli Park because most of the trails are paved with aspalt. I believe it is 50cents per person.