Hiking/Bike Trail (Red Outer Loop)

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11.1 Miles 17.8 Kilometers


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431' 131 m

Ascent

-429' -131 m

Descent

835' 255 m

High

769' 234 m

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Sleepy Hollow's hiking and biking trail - also the longest loop in the park.

jim leikert

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Open to hunting Sept. 15 -> April 1
Dogs: Leashed

Description

The trail is non-directional, although most ride in a counter-clockwise direction, and the order of points reflects this.

The campground has water and toilets. Additionally, there are pit toilets and water pumps scattered around the park.

Most park at the pavilion (first parking area into the park on the left, location 16) and ride the short service road heading due east to the trail (~1/4 mile) to 15. The red loop (track) follows the waypoints in the following order: 15 -> 3 -> 4 -> 5 -> 7 -> 9 -> 10 -> 11 -> 12 -> 13 -> 14

The trail is gently flowing through areas of wooded cover and open fields. There are some areas that pass through low marshy areas, so there may be soft spots present until the summer months. South of Price Road is slightly more technical with embedded roots and some short steep downhills and climbs.

There is a reference map here. You can use this to refer to the location references used above.

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