Our wooded hiking trails provide 6 ¼ miles for a picturesque walk with water and wooded views. A two-mile asphalt bike trail offers a scenic connection between Mooretown and Rochambeau Roads. A short hike from the park along the asphalt bike trail will bring you to the Lookout Tower, which offers a panoramic view of the water and woodlands.
Length of Trails
- Shelter Trail: 3/4 a mile
- Bayberry Trail: 0.92 mile (short loop)
- Bayberry Trail: 1.5 mile (long loop)
- Lookout Tower: 2.92 miles
- Paved Bike/Walking Trail: 2 miles (one way)
Easy trail for all ages. The trail, which wraps around the wooded area surrounding Shelter 3, is perfect for walkers and runners alike.
Moderately difficult trail that wraps through the woods as well as by the shoreline of Waller Mill Reservoir. At approximately .2 of a mile, a bench marked “Michael’s Meditation Point” looks out toward the water for a relaxing and peaceful view.
Difficult trail involving many steep inclines and declines. The access to the trail is off the paved path and begins at the Lookout Tower that provides an overhead view of the reservoir, dock, and operations building. The walk, which follows the edge of the reservoir, is one of great beauty.
Paved Bike/Walking Trail
Easy trail designed for both bikers and walkers alike. The trail lies in the old railroad bed and connects you from Rochambeau to Mooretown Road. The walk is mostly shaded under the canopy that the aligning trees create. The Lookout Tower is located directly off the path and would be a perfect spot to stop and take in the view or even perhaps pause for lunch at the picnic tables located nearby.