This route is a limestone gravel path meeting ADA/ABA accessibility requirements for a recreational trail. It has a firm and stable surface with a few short hills that are up to 8% slope.
Adjacent to the playground and picnic shelter this trail makes a good half-mile option for your strider bike riders.
Chambers Grove was significantly impacted by the June 2012 flood. The City of Duluth obtained $100,000 through a Minnesota Lake Superior Coastal grant to educate and inform visitors about the area history, riparian habitat, and flood control and recovery.
An interpretive 0.5-mile loop with signage through the riparian woodland west of the open park space will provide access to the natural area and historical sites such as an abandoned quarry and the first rail bed build in Duluth.
The trail replaces the social trails not winding throughout the riparian zones, protecting habitat and water quality while providing access to nature and history enthusiasts.