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Mill Bluff State ParkTrail descriptions

Hiking Camel's Bluff trail

Hike to the top of Mill Blluff for a bird's-eye view of several other bluffs. About a mile north of Interstate 90/94 on Funnel Road is Camel's Bluff trail, a 1.25-mile hiking trail loop. A small parking lot is available.

Hiking Nature trail

The Nature trail begins at the far end of the east picnic area. This 0.4-mile-long trail is self-guiding. Hikers will learn about wildlife, trees, wildflowers and geology. Part of this trail is accessible for people with disabilities. A historical marker describes the geological features of the area. Pets are not permitted on the nature trail.

Hiking Mill Bluff summit

In the mid 1930s, the Work Progress Administration (WPA) built 223 stone steps that lead to the top of Mill Bluff, where an observation deck on the north end offers an excellent view of the park and the surrounding area.

Last revised: Tuesday May 01 2012