Birding · Fall Colors · Views · Wildlife
is a little wider than most trails in the park, with one steep uphill/downhill depending on where you start. It begins by the campground and is a 2.3 mile out-and-back trail, or you can use part of Trail 5
to make it a loop (to avoid lots of stairs, start at Trail 5
connects to Trail 7
and Trail 5
and takes you to Ogle Lake. You can even stop and rest at an overlook for Ogle Lake mid-way through Trail 4
. The trail has firm ground and is generally flat except for one steep incline/decline depending on the direction you hike. Give yourself about an hour to hike this one way.
Flora & Fauna
You'll see toads, and lots of them! We also saw ferns, cattails, and woodpeckers.
Shared By: Brooke Weichselfelder