White Clay Creek State Park: David English Trail
David English Trail
Length: 2.4 miles
Elevation Gain: a total ascent of 144.36 ft and has a maximum elevation of 298.56 ft
Trail Head: Park Office Parking Lot, Thomson Station Road
Comments: A comfortable trail loop that is popular for hikers and bicyclists. The tail is in very good condition, is well-marked, and meanders through forest and meadow, with some nice hills and thickly wooded areas.
Trail map, from mapmyhike.com
Elevation gain, from mapmyhike.com
Trail head is at the park office parking lot on Thomson Station Road.
Trail begins through forest with some rolling hills.
The trail is mostly packed earth and is in very good condition.
Bridges cross small streams.
Benches are located in a few places on the trail.
A large meadow is mid-point on the trail.
Someone had some fun lining up the osage oranges.
A small pond in the meadow.
Trail returns to fores, with some steeper hills.
A tranquil forest setting for a hike.
Friday, November 23, 2012