We had a group of five on this trail today and we only did a round-trip of about 4.5 miles, so I don't want to present us as experts. The scenery was great but we had to beg off because some of the group were being eaten alive by mosquitoes and other pests (even using the "Off"). We still love the park and will be back again, and we had a leisurely picnic lunch on the far side of the lake.
As the earlier reviewer noted, there are some huge trees on the far side of the lake, most of them so-called red cedars (actually arborvitae). These trees are hundreds of years old.
After returning, we went down to the 1/2-mile only nearby "Shadow of the Sentinels" walk, which takes you by more some huge trees -- most of them Douglas Firs. Don't miss this walk if you're in the area!
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