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I have wobbly ankles so some of the trail was moderately challenging (as opposed to running on flat asphalt) but it is truly gorgeous scenery and a lovely run. The restrooms were clean, the views were gorgeous and I look forward to running here frequently and bringing my kids to kayak. I'd easily rate it 5 stars, however I tripped on a root and gouged my knee pretty badly. If I wasn't so clumsy this would definitely rate 5 out of 5 stars.
People complaining about sand, that gives you more exercise. I did not think the sand was bad at all. I did the walk from Reservoir park to NIcks creek. Nice little hike
The course for the parts I could find. Unfortunately after the first half mile there weren't markers so difficult to follow
Needs cleaning up after storm hit us pretty bad, but it's still beautiful!
Terrible trail for riding bikes or even walking. The trail is getting wider in spots as people try to find a way around the deep sand. It does provide a connection to the nice Forest Creek Trail and Reservoir Loop Trail.
We rode from southern pine and connected with 2 other trails there are maps at the trailhead We rode two of the three connectors. The third connector is a paved road that goes around the third lake? Our two loops was 13 miles. Hilly and patches of deep sand. Great ride!
Had a great experience, complete with a bicycle tool and air station as well!
The trailhead is not easy to find. The trail would benefit from improved signage leading you to the trailhead. Once you find it, it's a nice trail, protected by a thick tree canopy. The asphalt trail connects to some dirt trails, not sure how far they go. Great place to go for a run!
Nice, clean and well maintained. Very enjoyable.
I live near this Greenway and use it regularly. It is a mostly gravel trail with some sandy sections and even a few paved areas. Some nice board walks and bridges are used in the wetter areas. There are at least two kiosk maps now but it can still be confusing when the trail nears the central villiage.
You can find water at the Rassie Wicker Park. The nearby town of Southern Pines has a nice Greenway system too.
Dogs, strollers, walker and runners, oh my. Very nice loop around the lake trail. Some tree roots, wide for passing, seats along the route. Connectors to other trails. Busy days parking could be challenging.
Great trail. Well shaded and cool. We started walking at about 10:00 and it was very comfortable due to the shade provided by the trees. Most of the trail was in wooded areas. Lots of informational plaques about vegetation along the route and several gazebos to rest. The trail was not marked. I traveled from Fayetteville to walk this trail so I was not familiar with the area. There were NO directional markers. I was lost the entire time and do not think that I walked the entire 5+ miles. There were several forks on the trail with no indications as to which one to take. One area had three directions to chose from. The trail description states you will be passing stores and imply you will be in an suburban/business area which was not the case, I was in the woods the entire time. Once we parked we had to ask a police where to go to start the trail,of the two options we obviously went the wrong way because the one and only map was at the other option. Once we came out of the woods we did find the only map which is located behind the restroom building.
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