Piney Point Path
.2 miles one way
This short trail starts near the Woodland Blind and winds into the heart of a mature loblolly pine forest. It is mostly a quiet, shaded path of pine needles with some open areas.
- Along the path look for animal scat, turtles, and rabbits.
- Look for barred owls, woodpeckers and flycatchers.
- The trail ends at an observation platform overlooking Prospect Bay.
- Take binoculars or a spotting scope and scan the marsh for green herons, egrets, and a variety of waterfowl. Be sure to bring your camera to catch that special photograph.
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No Admission Fees for Your Hike Among the Pines
No admission fees are charged for hiking on your own. Your donations are appreciated and will help us to maintain the trails. You may register for a Guided Hike of the property for a small fee (members may come along without charge).