Users have reported that although this trail is paved, there is a natural surface multi-use trail for biking, horseback riding, and snowmobiling close by. Dogs are not allowed on the multi-use path.
This lovely paved path goes through a variety of terrains: prairie, wooded areas, lakes, and creeks. There is a mix of shaded and non-shaded areas (not a lot of shade in the southwestern portion).
Accessibility: The closest parking lot is south on Baker Park Road and there are multiple designated handicapped-accessible parking spaces with striped access aisles there. From that parking lot, users will have to travel north sharing the road with motor vehicles for a short distance before connecting to the bike path. It is recommended to use reflective strips, lights, or flags on equipment for safety whenever sharing the road with vehicles.
The trail surface is paved asphalt and typically at least six feet wide. The estimated grade is moderately steep. The steepest section is between 8% and 12% at about 1.5 miles (on the northern end). Wheelchair/mobility equipment or stroller users may need assistance in the steep section.