The Jennings Trail at Raccoon Creek State Park's Wildflower Reserve is a moderate 1.7-mile one-way trail that leads from the parking lot and passes through the largest portion of the wildflower reserve before ending at the Henrici Trail. You can take the Henrici Trail back for a 2.3-mile loop hike.
This trail starts at the southern end of the parking lot and heads downhill towards Raccoon Creek and then follows the creek for about a mile. The trail is often muddy, especially during the Spring.
You'll get views of rock ledges, Raccoon Creek, wildflowers, and a small cabin along the way.
No dogs, biking, or food allowed on the trails within the wildflower reserve.
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