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      As you cross the bridge near the end of the trail, discover new access to the Grand River. This is a great spot for birding. More than 30 species have been seen this year including blue-headed vireo (uncommon), winter wren (special interest), magnolia warbler (special interest), black-throated green warbler (uncommon), cerulean warbler (species of concern), yellow-throated warbler (uncommon) and dark-eyed junco (threatened).

      Along the trail you may also encounter the eastern chipmunk, fox squirrel, American beaver, raccoon and white-tailed deer. Amphibians found here include the spotted salamander, Allegheny dusky salamander, eastern redbacked salamander, American toad, green frog and pickerel frog.

      Five species of butterflies (cabbage white, questionmark, least skipper, little glassywing and Hobomok skipper), four species of dragonflies (common green darner, twelve-spotted skimmer, widow skimmer and common whitetail) and five species of damselflies (blue-fronted dancer, powdered dancer, violet dancer, stream bluet and eastern forktail) have been seen in this park.
      In an effort to provide more opportunities to enjoy our parks, Lake Metroparks offers tent camping so campers may experience unique natural features and the great outdoors. Reservations are required.

      Campsites provide a “rustic” experience for small groups of up to eight people staying in tents. Campers must hike or paddle to the campsites. Campsites must be reserved. Click link below.
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      Region Details
      1 hike trails

      Region Status
      Open as of Jul 10, 2023

      Hike Stats

      State Ranking
      #10,153
      Trails (view details)
      1
      Trails Hike
      1
      Trails Trail Running
      1
      Total Distance
      3,704 ft
      Total Descent Distance
      2,890 ft
      Total Descent
      135 ft
      Total Vertical
      138 ft

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      Apr 10, 2022 @ 12:47pm
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      Paine Falls Park2 km
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      Activity Type Stats

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      Hike13,704 ft135 ft2,890 ft138 ft
      #10,153
      Trail Running13,704 ft135 ft2,890 ft138 ft
      #6,592
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