A group of school-age kids walking along a path in a dry environment

All hiking trails are open year-round and pass through a mixture of upland and lowland hardwood forest, small grasslands and marsh. Songbirds are the most abundant wildlife seen and heard on the trails. Hikers may occasionally see porcupine, raccoon, owls, hawks, bald eagles, waterfowl, deer, skunk and bears.

The slope for most trails ranges from level to gently sloping. Some muddy and wet areas may be encountered.

Ticks are abundant from late May–early July. Mosquitoes and deer flies are abundant from June–August. Insect repellent and other precautions should be used!