Went here numerous times in 2012 during a summer spent living in Englewood (bit of a late review!).The trails are well marked and some wet areas are board-walked. They were in the process of clearing new trails and putting in more board walk sections in 2012 so they should have finished that now. There were a few animals such as birds of prey, owls etc. kept in cages by the visitor centre and they seemed to be well looked after. I would say the trails are fairly easy for anyone who does a moderate amount of walking. I would strongly advise against visiting in the evenings during summer as no amount of bug spray keeps them away, you have a constant cloud of flies around your head as soon as you get out the car and can't shake them until you leave! I also never went on a guided walk I don't really see the point, you see it all for yourself on your own, and entry is free without a guide. Overall I enjoyed it a lot and was the only piece of real nature I could find in such a built up area.
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