Best to enter the north entrance to the park (you have to drive through residential area to get there and there are no signs to follow). There is a map of trails at each entrance but as you get on a trail there are several crossing trails which makes it difficult to know where the trails lead let alone to know if you are even on the trail you want to be on--could be easy to get lost. There is only one small area in the park off a trail that is adjacent to the lake. The park does not appear to be heavily attended but looks like it would be great for horse riders
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