This is a Kansas State Park, there is a daily parking fee and overnight camping fee.
A great mix of flowing singletrack with challenging rock gardens. The blue loop starts off very easy with a chat entrance but don't let that fool you. As soon as you cross the bridge, you're onto the rocky trail!
The blue loop splits in two directions. Closer to the water is rocky, away from the water goes out of the woods for a bit. The two separate paths connect where it turns into the Yellow Loop.
The trees are well marked with blue paint. Use the map or follow the blue painted on the trees.