Trails are still muddy and some places are completely flooded.
Due to this week’s snowfall and public concern for the robins after last year’s snow storm, here are some tips for helping the robins in your yard: Collect brush or use a lean-to to protect birds from the wind. Shovel the snow from a spot in your backyard for them to...
Trail is open to walking, muddy areas and standing water. Some parts of the trail still are snow covered and some are frozen. Use caution. Migratory songbirds and waterfowl are starting to trickle in. Brown Creepers, American Robins, Red-winged Blackbirds, and...
Snow and ice still remain on the trail. The snow is very slushy–please be careful if you walk on the trail! Cardinals and woodpeckers are busy today singing and chasing each other around! Killdeer and Red-winged Blackbirds have returned!
Ski trail cannot be groomed today, but should be groomed for Thursday, Feb 28.
Ski trail was groomed this morning.
Trails have been groomed for skiing. Please do not walk on the groomed ski tracks with your boots or snowshoes.
Ski trail is in very poor condition. The groomed tracks are solid ice. Some areas melted yesterday–so there are some bare patches.
Park staff groomed the ski trail this morning. Please remind any walkers you see to please stay off the groomed tracks!
Trails have not been groomed since the snow Monday.