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This total 1.5 mile loop is much more technical than anticipated. Not suggested for older couples, young children or this with health issues. Not wheelchair friendly.
However if you are in good shape it is totally worth it. Cool art and awesome wooded trail.
My mom and I loved this trail! Some say to wear hiking shoes but I ventured out on my Birkenstock sandals and did fine. It's not for the faint of heart but super fun and some great sights to see if you walk/hike the red...More
The art park offers trails with many sculptures and poetry stones along the way. There are three legs to the hike, so you can take a short or long hike depending on your whims. It is a very hilly walk and quite steep in places....More
We really enjoyed our walk through this park. It takes about an hour, and they provide art bingo sheets for the kids. The art was very interesting and the setting very nice. It is a bit hilly so people with mobility issues could find the...More
This is a great place to visit during the summer, although you can use snow shoes to do the hike in the winter. All of the paths are shaded by trees and there are a lot of interesting sculptures to see, as well as to...More