The Museum building is brand new and just opened...it is state-of-the-art and just outstanding. Make a point to step inside and look around. You will be glad you did. Go to the trail head in the park and go to rainbow and turtleback falls. Beautiful hike (parts of it runnable). We explored...there are more picnic facilities and another trail on this western side of the park, accessible from 281 just south of the intersection with 64. We did not run/hike that trail, but will next time we are there, and we do plan on going back. For running and a longer trail, there is one that is 7.3 miles long on the east side of the park, and the guy at the museum made it sound like the road to get to that side is right around the corner practically - it is not. The road that goes to the other side of the park is a good ways down 64...getting pretty close to Rosman, actually. We did go check out that trail too, although did not have time to do the whole thing (and it was raining again while we were there), but the initial look at it indicated it is well maintained and runnable, for those looking for runnable trails. This trail head appears older and more established than the one with the new museum, etc., which has obviously had A LOT of money put into it. They are expecting a lot of visitors in the future. Worth going to.
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