The Audubon Trail at Raccoon Creek State Park's Wildflower Reserve in Clinton, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.6-mile one-way trail that runs atop a ridge in the park that sits above Raccoon Creek.
The trailhead can be found behind the visitor center and heads east - the right-hand turn to take the Audubon Trail, not the Audubon Loop Trail. This trail is mostly flat, except for the semi-steep downhill section at the very end of the trail. Along the hike, there are a few lookout points above Raccoon Creek. During the shoulder seasons, when no leaves are on the trees, you'll get views of the surrounding hills as well.
At the end of this trail, you can connect to the Henrici Trail and the Old Field Trail.
Wildflowers can be found along the trail after mid-April.
No dogs, biking, or even food along the wildflower reserve trails.
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