Drive to the end of twin fawn drive. The road narrows. The parking lot (small) is at the bottom of the hill. Easy flat hike through an old hay field road. The grass in some places 6'6" and I'm 6'1". Once you cross the field, the trail is shaded. A very peaceful hike.
It was a place that felt like it wasn't a trail to visit on purpose. The road from the main road to here is narrow and winding, but it's on the way back along the lake, so the view was good, but it was too ordinary to visit on purpose as I said. The morning dew was so wet that I stopped in the middle and came back. I don't recommend it that much.
Fine trail, a bit overgrown towards the end of the trail. Pretty views!
Wasn't what I expected for a trail, but I'm personally just used to canopies and trees. It wasn't for me, but that doesn't mean it's bad! My fiancee loved it. Only real worry is that a few spots in the trail have dips that nearly made me roll my ankle, and there's a bridge that's unsteady, so be careful. Otherwise, it's pretty with a wide open field of tall grass. We saw a hawk fly by and dragonflies buzzing around.
Great place to bring the dog or family to explore. The hike starts with a secluded valley that leads to an old farmstead. The path then continues through the forest until you get to a lovely stream. After that the trail starts to disappear but adventureous people will find an old apple orchard after some bushwhacking.