Montgomery

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Length: .9 mi.

Surface: Natural

Difficulty/Use: Easy/for walking and cycling.

Access Points: South access—from the bridge near the South Parking Lot.

Mid-point access—from the Forest Road Trail at the pump house.

North access—from the end of the parking lot at Pete Peterson Lodge.

The Creek Trail is a sunny, grassy, mostly flat path that follows the creek bank from the bridge near the South Parking Lot. At the midpoint it crosses a smaller rivulet and enters the shady woods travelling north between the beaver pond and the golf course to the parking lot at Pete Peterson Lodge. Look for fish and giant snapping turtles in the clear, flowing water. Different species of migratory birds can be seen wading in the creek also.

Creek Trail