Almost certainly the best-kept secret among local off-road hikers. It starts at the back of the campground and meanders uphill for 2+ miles. The trail has been widened in recent years but remains fairly uneven; thus, don't be a knucklehead and wear decent shoes or boots. At the top is a gorgeous lookout that stretches across both sides of the island, and there is a wider and easier road down if you don't want to retrace your steps. Go early or late and you're likely to see wildlife too. All in all, highly recommended.
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