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First visit. Went on the 1.25 mile "nature hike" and saw virtually no one else. And this was on the 4th of July weekend. No guide brochures to the trail, unfortunately, but I suspect this was due to budgetary reasons. Saw a young eagle later, soaring above the Rock River. We will go back and check out more trails.
This is a nice place to visit especially in the fall to view the nice views of the river with all the leaves changing color. There are a few steps to climb up to the top of castle rock itself so it can be difficult for some people. Also nice place to stop and have a picnic. I haven't personal... 更多
I love all parks but this one is on the small side and is pretty average.There is limited hiking. The highlights are the fact that it is adjacent to the river and a cool staircase to a platform high off of the ground and overlooking the river. The park provides access to the river and there is fishing from the... 更多
Fairly easy but nice hike up to the top of the rocks with an amazing view. It is so neat up at the top! We went on a kind of chilly, misty day -- and it was still very cool. It's worth the stop!
Fun little park. Great place to put in or take out kayaks. If you climb the stairs make sure you look under each step. You may find a nest with baby birds in it. Not recommend for dogs or cats. Was told by the local vet that lyme disease is really bad in this area. Well worth a visit just... 更多
My boyfriend and I went in January after a fresh snowfall and the view was so beautiful. The stairs were a little icy so we had to be extra cautious but was worth the hike to see that view. We will be going back for sure.
The feature that is worth mentioning about this park is the easy to navigate, short trails. The two we walked were well marked and were in a loop. So, you came out right where you went in. I like this bc you knew exactly what you were getting into upon embarking on the trails. As far as scenery, nothing special.... 更多
The climb up the stairs is more than worth the view of the Rock River Valley. There is a lot of history about the native Blackhawk Indians and there are so many beautiful hardwood trees.