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To access parking for the trail, take Icehouse Road and follow the signs west toward the reservoir.
Loved this all paved trail! Both great for bikers and hikers! Several beautiful bridges to cross and medium level ability on mountain bikes as there are a few good hills. Gets your heart running!!
Beautiful scenery and an easy walk. We didn't see anyone on the trail the whole day we were there until we were walking back. There were lots of people in the campgrounds and on the lake though.
I cycled from Jones Creek Camp Ground to Wench Creek camp ground and back.It is a fully paved trail among the trees along the water next to the reservoir. You'll pass lots of camp sites but few people on the actual trail. I saw a group of three cyclists at the end and two more on my way back. My daughter had fun riding in her trailer and the hills are tempered with just as many down slopes.
I thought this trail was fun and the scenery was beautiful. There are two campgrounds accessable only by this trail and they are both very nice and I can't wait to camp there when they open up again next year. Quite a bit of up and down, but the trail itself is two lane bike path pavement so the overall ride was not very tiring. It is a reservoir so towards the end of summer the water levels can be pretty low and therefore the lake isn't as pretty, but I think in early summer it must be beautiful and I'm sure there are lots of people who go out and use this trail.
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