I really enjoy experiencing hidden gems such as Peeler Park. The trail length is short but I still managed to spend 2 hours exploring side paths on foot and taking photographs, some of which I've posted here. The weather was magnificient in a way only fall can bring and the scudding clouds provided a glorious interplay of light, shadow and color.
There are no toilet facilities so when you pass the Mapco (about half way down Neely's Bend Road) you might want to make a pit stop. There are a few benches along the path if one cares for a sit-down. The paving is nice and there is plenty of parking. I was approached by two cats in the parking lot. They looked in good shape and were quite friendly, so I suspect they belong to one of the nearby residents and are fed treats by park visitors. I didn't see anyone on the trail until I was almost back to the parking lot.
Overall, I give high marks to Peeler Park. My only wish is that it was closer to my neighborhood of Sylvan Park as it was almost a 40 mile roundtrip and the wagon eats gas like TicTacs.