“This trail features a fairly steep incline with jutting rocks and roots.
— Dan Wessling
Inclines aren't too steep, and there's a river that kids enjoy.
The entrance to the trail is a gravel road. For the easiest access, use the parking lot before the basketball courts.
The trail splits twice. The first split will come up once you reach the edge of the woods and I recommend staying to the left. Going left will lead you to some technical parts of the trail with fairly large rocks jutting out and large drops due to erosion.
The second split will come shortly after the first; veer right to stay on the Plantation Trail (red). Veering left will lead you onto the Switchback Trail
(white). You'll see a post with arrows pointing you to the correct trail.
The first part of the ride is mostly downhill towards the river. Once you reach the bottom of the hill, this trail will combine/meet with the white trail.
At the bottom, take a right and stay on the trail for maybe a quarter of a mile until you see another split. Veer right at the split to stay on the Plantation Trail to begin your climb back up the hill.