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This trail is great for seeing a lot of wildlife. We have seen barred owls, deer, hawks, snakes, and turtles. There are also signs of beavers. Very flat, paved, and a great place for walking your pets on a leash. The trail passes through thick woods, past marshy areas, and by undeveloped fields used for agriculture. Bathrooms and parking at both ends of 2.75 mile trail.
I had been here several times before, but could never find the Trail Head. If you face the canal/water, the trail Head is on the far left and starts out Gravel.
When you come to the first Bridge, it turns to Concrete on the other side. when you come to the first trail on your left, you can follow it or keep going straight, the trail is not marked, but that is OK, because the Trail is in the shape of a Square. The Trail turns back to Gravel for about 1/3 of the trail.
The worst part of the Trail was the beginning to the end, with the Horse flys and sand Nats biting us.
We hit the Trail around 2PM, The Temperture was about 90F degrees and we were in the shade for most of the Trip.
Be sure to carry some Bottle Water with you, and a fly swatter. lol You might try some long pants, long sleeve shirt and a bug net for your Head.
My Wife and I may try it again when the Weather is cooler, and perhape the Bugs will not be as bad.
My wife and I road the trail in the heat of the day with 80 degree temperature. The trail has about 40% shade and might be best to ride early in the morning or late after noon for max shade.
It is a very nice trail, the clean restrooms at both ends were very nice, with picnic tables.
Very peaceful. Enjoy walking to the river. The information boards are very helpful in understanding how the flooding of the old rice fields worked. The shaded benches for resting are a nice addition. A nice community resource.
Got their with the bikes ready to go and found only a small walking trail along a portion of the canal (about a half mile) No biking at all. Not a Govt. Funded project for sure. If there were more trails I missed them for sure
The best part is the mulch trail from the parking lot to the "trail". The trail itself is barren grass next to power lines where tall weeds shroud the view of the woods making it difficult to see any wildlife and there is not much shade. There are some random trails made off the path but they aren't kept or have any specific destination.
It is very rare to see anyone on this path.
In the early morning, you will see deer. Be on the alert for snakes, and be sure to wear insect repellent. Heading South on the path, you will come to the New River. Take time to sit at the rest area where the path ends, and enjoy the beauty of the quiet river. This path offers a delightful escape from all of the intrusions we have in our life.
The trail is paved, 2.75 miles in length. It has some small rises, no real hills. You have to cross one road, but cars now have to stop and let you pass. There is parking and restrooms at both ends. It will eventually reach close to 7 or 8 miles in length, all the way to Brooklet.
Great trail! Now 2 and one half miles long (5 mile round trip). Will be 7 miles eventually (to Brooklet)
Very smooth and clean trail! Nice bathrooms at each end. Trail is like brand new with benches along the way. Very few roads to cross and they are not busy. Has a tunnel under the busy road.
Trail is about 50% shaded.
Nice trail. Level, no real inclines or declines. Trail is asphalt and is well maintained. I know this heading says .75 miles, my Google Tracks showed 2.1 miles round trip from caboose trail head (including the Pilgrim Trail). My 6 year old rode his bike, wife and I walked. He loved it. Easy for him to ride. Great for stretching out legs if on a road trip through the area, or for regular dailly excersize. Four stars due to no outstanding scenery. Does have some historic houses visible along trail, and is very nicely landscaped.
I went on the 2.87 mile loop, I believe. It travels next to the rail road tracks, then by canals filled with brackish water and warnings to look out for snakes and alligators. Did not see either. When I got their early, saw a huge blue heron, but later in the day saw little wildlife outside of insects. Lots of biting flies and mosquitoes to accompany you the whole way. Parts of the trail were paved and parts were dirt and gravel with a few wooden bridges and a tower you could climb (it's only about eight feet high) looking over the water. The later half goes by the highway and some private homes along a tidal creek which looks more like a big ditch. There are exercise stations set up around the trail and a few park benches, but no water and no bathrooms. The trail is shaded, but in summer it is very humid and hot even with the shade. Might be rough on bicycles and strollers, but nice walking and jogging trail. There were more trails closer to the train side, but was not able to get to those on this trip and was not really sure where they went. Once you are on the loop, you are on it until the end. There is no short cut back. If you have small children with you, keep them close at hand and monitored. There are a lot of tempting drop offs and water areas to intrigue them away from the path.
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