I love this park, and was surprised to see that they have so many wildflowers. They offer a guided wildflower hike every Friday and Saturday in April.
As for the hiking trails, they are more strenuous than the "easy" classification would suggest. We hiked the Valley Spring Creek Trail which is quite hilly and rocky in places. I had to use my hiking poles on over 1/2 of the trail.
I suggest hiking shoes for stability and hiking poles for assistance over the rocky and steep portions. Part of the trail is shaded, but more than 1/2 is not. Therefore, wear a hat, sunscreen, and/or protective (UV blocking) clothing if you tend to sunburn.
Also, bring water for the hike.
Please do not throw your litter on the trail. We saw litter, including a banana peel. It is not good for the wildlife to eat "people" food. Take a bag if you plan to eat on the trail, and bring the trash out with you.
Plan to spend 2-3 hours if you are hiking, longer if you are fishing. The have camp sites and cabins for rent for overnight stays.
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