The trail divides the park north and south. It crosses the Jacob Fork River above High Shoals Falls. Be prepared for a stream crossing. The trail continues through the Upper Falls Backcountry Campsite and climbs steeply to a vista. It continues west to Jacob Branch Backcountry Campsite and ends on the Lower CCC Trail. Horses, hikers and bicycle riders share this trail.
The Upper CCC Trail was named for the Camp Dyer CCC. The trail has views north into the Little River Watershed. Horses and hikers share this trail.
The trail provides access to Saddleback Trail. Turkey Ridge Trail crosses the park road and ascends to Little River Trail. Horses and hikers share this trail.
Raven Rock Trail crosses the park road and Jacob Fork River then ascends steeply to a paved road shared by the park and Pine Mountain Golf Resort. There is a winter view of High Shoals Falls. This trail is open to horses and hikers and the upper section is part of the bicycle loop trail.
Sawtooth Trail crosses Little River at the top of a waterfall. The trail follows a ridgeline that climbs to a view south into the Jacob Fork Watershed. Sawtooth Campground is located off of this trail. Horses and hikers share Sawtooth Trail.
The trail crosses the Jacob Fork River and ascends to Raven Rock Trail. This narrow trail is single track for horseback riders.
This out and back trail takes you through wooded areas were you can see local wildlife, views of the Blue Ridge Mountain escarpment, and local liquor stills demolished during prohibition.
The Lower CCC Trail was named for the Camp Dyer Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The trail follows a ridgeline that separates the Henry Fork Watershed and the Jacob Fork Watershed. Murray Branch Backcountry Campsite can be reached from this trail. Horses, hikers and bicycle riders share the Lower CCC Trail.
The trail crosses Little River and connects to the Upper CCC Trail. Horseback riders share part of this trail with hikers.
This is a remote strenuous ridgeline trail that offers views west to Walker Top Mountain and the Blue Ridge Mountains.