We had a good little hike here. We read reviews with mixed tones but were looking to use some time before we were expected someplace and were quickly satisfied to find this little gem. Settled close to town and easy to find, this trail is a "make your own experience. " All the offshoots of the trail can increase the interest or by staying on trail it can be mellow. We caught a bit of the disc golf course which simply added more interest and challenge even though we don't play. The ONLY reason I did not give a 5 star is because of the trash people leave behind either by visitors or transients. Haul it in, haul it out and leave land better than you found it.
Directions to the parking lot of the trail head: take Starr Street behind the post office and turn into the softball field parking lot. Drive to the west of the fields and park near the trail signs. The trail was easy enough for this 60 year old granny and her 1 year old grandson to hike. But it was beautiful, shady, nice little creek meandering alongside and if you keep up a quicker pace, it could be enough of a challenge. There are lot a of little offshoots to the trail which can give you a more scenic route.
Only did the lower trail. Easy hike maybe 20 minutes.
Nice area. Pretty. Some frisbee golf is in there as well. The main path runs along a buried storm water pipe. There is no signage and we ended up at the far end of the trail emerging into someone’s back yard. Needs some upkeep!
A perfect little trail for kids. Lots of branching trails that we didn't explore that would add some difficulty to the hike. It was beautiful.