This park is located in Freeport. Oh wow… a treasure that took entirely too long for us to find! I can’t wait to go back!
There is a 5-mile trail that loops around the perimeter of the park. There are voluminous trails that wind through and intertwine with one another all over the park. The Boy Scouts have done a fantastic job with trail signs and marking.
The park is also rich with geocaches. We found 5 or 6 of the traditional ones. We didn’t even have time to tackle the multi-caches. One of them was not far off the Rachel Carson Trail, past a really cool waterfall, and in a small cave-like area.
We walked the creek-bed down down down the hill until we found the tiny cave. The picture above is Keith jumping from one side to the other across the creek. Notice the ammo box… that’s the cache! He’s going to put it back where we found it.
A little ways further we happened upon the “look-out” area. We spotted a couple of osprey hunting. The coolest part was that we were looking down on them. The river is WAY down there!
We hiked for 4 1/2 hours up and down hills, over creeks, through the woods, all over the place. It was grand! What an awesome day of hiking!
We started hiking about a year ago. I’m so glad that it’s something we both enjoy and have stuck with. It really is good for the mind, body, and soul.