This interpretive trail has the first half mile surfaced and is accessible for wheel chairs,
walkers, and other similar types of equipment. Along the trail, you will enjoy
interpretive signs focused on wildlife and ecosystem management of the national
forest. Other features include a scenic vista overlooking the City of Danville, trail
shelters, and access to the City of Danville trail system.
Surrounding Areas: Nearby, the Corps of Engineers has two recreation areas offer camping, boating, swimming, and fishing. Blue Mountain Lake is 15 miles west of Danville. Lake Nimrod is about 15 miles south of Danville.
1.5 miles one-way
1/2 to 1 hr
Surface type: One half mile is graveled,
one-mile is unsurfaced.
Difficulty level: First one-half mile is
easy and accessible. Remaining trail is
easy to moderate. Restrictions: Trail restricted to hiking.
Motorized vehicles are not allowed.
Camping is not allowed at the trailhead.
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