September 19, 2014
Fast and flowy, covering a lot of geography, so you don't feel like you're always covering the same ground. It's on the Air Force base, but open to the public (ie, no gates to pass through). You can park at the trailhead and follow the well marked trail (26 numbered signs plus mile markers every mile). Nothing too technical so great for beginners but also a good conditioning run for advanced. The trail crosses the paved road twice (I think around markers 14 and 18) and I've parked there as well when short on time. Well maintained, well marked and rolling. On a side note, got a warning ticket recently for expired tags by the Base Police, but glad he brought it to my attention. As mentioned below, during spring turkey season and fall deer hunting season, they do have some closed mornings. Great trail!