The two trails here are a real pleasure: one is a 0.3-mile roundtrip path, completely paved with a boardwalk, and the other is a 1.5-mi roundtrip primitive trail. The latter is very well marked, which helps when going over and through the twisty pathways. This path ends not on a pier or a beach, but in a reedy swamp--if you're going expecting to photograph the sunset over the water, guess again.
The other thing to realize is that at dusk, the bugs come out: mosquitoes, deer flies, and horseflies, among others. And they're *hungry.* So douse yourself in bug spray, come before dusk, or come in the winter. You have been warned. :-)
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