Excellent. Imagine it would be even better in spring but plenty to see in late fall. Trails are easy, 2 mile loop, meandered and stopped a bit to read the informative signs and see the flora and fauna. There was a strong and wonderful scent of pine throughout which was heavenly. We tracked a crowing rooster to the children's garden, which also had frogs and tadpoles in the pond and all kinds of vegetables in the garden including the largest and most colorful Swiss chard I've ever seen. Highly recommend!
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