While actually hiking at Harbison State Forest is free (yay! free means more treats fur me!) you do has to pay to pawk your car. But it’s only $5. You can also bikes there but it said you needs a permit so I’s not sure if there is a cost for that too.
We set off towards the Crooked Pine Trail but you has to take the Firebreak Trail to get to it first.
I had’s to off road it a bit because there were a few hoomans on bicycles but I’s happy to share the trails.
It was an easy trail. It’s probably a little nicer when the weather is warmer so that it’s more greener but I likes the crinkley leaves under my paws so dis was nice for me too. There were lots of good sniffs and places for pee pees. One down side is that you have to pack in and out, but we couldn’t find a single trash can on site, not even by the parking area or the education center so we had to take my poops in the car.
We walked past lots of little trees that looked just like my tail!! Mommy was determined to take a picture of it so we probably added miles to our hike walking back and forth in front of the little trees fur just the right angle. Sigh… these pawparazzi just won’t leaves me alone!
We switched over the Crooked Pine Trail and saw a few peoples and their fur-babies too.
We ended up near the education center and saw an area they seem to use for teaching the bald puppies about saw mills and logging. Then we made our way back to the car.
Overall it was a very nice walk. If we didn’t have a drive ahead of us we could have stayed and checked out several of the trails.
I gives it 4 paws out of 4. The only downside was the lack of trashcans visible anywhere on site, not even near the parking lot or education centers.
Otherwise it was a fine spot for a hike for any adventurous pupper, especially if your hoomans prefur a gentler walk.
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