Adventure Location: North Alabama
You can combine loop trails in this park for about ten miles of walking without retracing a foot path. The min picturesque trail is the 2.5 mile one way trail along the edge of Flint Creek. It is well wooded and many pictures on this blog have come from walking that trail. It has just a little bit of up and down but only just enough to make it interesting. Here is the western entrance.
It is well used and well maintained. In general it has very few rough spots and those are not really of difficulty.
As the OFM Teams were leaving the above trail, two nice fellows came up from the creek edge headed back to their vehicle at the parking lot. We spoke for a minute and they had three crappie for several hours of fishing.
One of them mentioned that the fishing is getting tougher now that the lake authority is lowering the lake level for the winter.
This next picture was taken with maximum zoom since the OFM did not feel like braving the underbrush to get closer. The yellow flower turned out to be a leaf. Then to the left of the leaf is a spider web the OFM did not see until we processed the picture. We thought it was a nice picture over all.
Meandering taking pictures for exercise is a wonderful way of trying to have tooooo much fun.