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East End Park has more than a half-mile of boardwalks in nine sections that wind through swamps and marshes. Most of these boardwalks are on the South Loop Trail. Two are on the Eagle Point Trail. One is on the Otter Point Trail. They give visitors a glimpse into an ecosystem rarely seen.
After a heavy summer rain, one can hear hundreds of frogs from the boardwalks.
East End Park contains more than 3.5 miles of crushed granite trails that are ideal for hiking and jogging. Compared to asphalt or concrete, this natural surface has more “give” which reduces stress on knees and backs.
Round Trip To/From Entrance On Improved Trails:
South Loop = 1.5 miles
Eagle Point Loop = 1.1 miles
Overlook Loop = 1 mile
North Loop = 1.25 miles
Otter Point = 1.5 miles
South/Eagle Loops = 1.75 mi.
Eagle/Overlook Loops = 1.25 mi.
South/Eagle/Overlook Loops = 1.9 mi.
North/Overlook Loops = 1.75 mi.
North/Overlook/Eagle Loops = 1.9 mi.
Entire Perimeter Including Otter Point Extension = 3 miles
Otter Point Extension = .4 miles RT
From Entrance To Nearest Point On Lake:
North Loop = .6 miles
Overlook Loop = .4 miles
Eagle Point Loop = .4 miles
South Loop = .6 miles