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In addition to the lake being near by, a wonderful, paved trail passes right by the campground. The Neal Smith trail is something special. It passes through beautiful woods and extends for miles and miles. Our campground is at mile 16 and the campground is no where near the end of the trail. What with family activity and the weather, Jackie and I have only explored a small portion of the trail, but the trail does call to you. There are lots of bicycles on the trail and exploring it by bike is inviting. I confess that it’s pretty hilly. We flat-landers might find that somewhat intimidating.
We give Cherry Glen two thumbs up. If you plan on coming just be aware that this is dry camping and it’s a busy place on summer weekends. Otherwise, you’ll enjoy this nice, wooded campground just minutes from all the amenities of the city.
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