Hawn State Park Travel Guide

  • WILD AZALAS @ Pickle Creek
    WILD AZALAS @ Pickle Creek
    by LauraWest
  • Hikers on Trail in May
    Hikers on Trail in May
    by LauraWest

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    Hikers on Trail in May

    by LauraWest Updated Jun 8, 2008

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    I recommend hiking here very much. Be sure to bring plenty of water and expect to navigate rocks and boulders. Yes, the trails are rough in places.

    There are about three trails. Currently, two are connected. Plans to connect the other one are in the future.

    I like the trail along Pickle Creek the best. Find the trail head for it near the Picnic Area toilet - so convenient. Also handy is a drinking fountain near there. I tell more about Pickle Creek in my Into page.

    Keep in mind that you have to check your body for ticks right after you leave the woods. Check the surfaces of your clothes, too. Very small, they are a part of the outdoor experience, unfortunately. Wearing a hat and your pants tucked into your socks will help keep them off your skin. I think the many sprays you can buy help, too.

    Related to:
    • Road Trip
    • Hiking and Walking
    • National/State Park

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