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The 3-mile trail from Laroe road to route 17-M was a pleasant hike - we saw lots of wildlife and wildflowers, as well as some interesting cultural artifacts.Too bad we couldn't find an on-line brochure to give us more insight. The parking on Laroe side...More
The main road is 2.6 miles from end to end so it's a nice 5.2 mi walk. There are many of side trails to enjoy, some water features, and a cemetery that was refurbished by a local Boy Scout Troop. You can even Mountain Bike...More
Went here on Christmas with my dog, Cy. We did the small loop. It was a short, easy walk, part on dirt trail and part on boardwalk over the wetland. Trail is well kept and all boards intact.
Mid-60s in December meant I did have...More
Park in the dirt parking lot next to the entrance of Craigville Road and walk across 17 M to where the poles are. The road is what you looking for. Sometimes it's dirt and other times it's asphalt. There are some mild inclines/declines, but rest...More