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All reviews noland trail james river mile loop mariner's museum lion bridge ups and downs great workout beautiful walk tree roots enjoy nature walk hike elevation changes great place to walk four miles my favorite place hidden gem hampton roads
I walked this 5-mile trail 16 years ago and was very pleased to discover it was as nice as ever. The path and bridges are very well maintained. Great view of forest and waterways. Wildlife: squirrels, ducks, turtles, etc. No steep climbs. Porta potty near...More
Plenty of parking and trails are clearly marked with little round cement markers in the ground so that you know how far you have gone and which way you are going. At the beginning of the walk there is a public drinking water fountain. This...More
If you want a vigorous, motivating, and beautiful trail to walk, run, or bike? The Nolan Trail is the one to choose. It sets on a beautiful green golf course, and surrounded by beautiful trees. It’s a very relaxing place for you and your significant...More
The trail is pretty well maintained. It does get busy during the weekends. Don't take pets for a few days after it rains because the trail get pretty muddy and it takes a while for it to dry out. Really wish they would come up...More
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It is very safe overall. Many people are on the trail and you never feel like you are alone at a remote location. It is frequented by runners, walkers, families, dog walkers, and sight seers, But when hiking or running... More
It is very safe overall. Many people are on the trail and you never feel like you are alone at a remote location. It is frequented by runners, walkers, families, dog walkers, and sight seers, But when hiking or running anywhere, it is always safest and best to be with someone in case something comes up - like an injury or a health problem. And of course there is always safety in numbers, wherever you go.