Jim Falls Wildflower Trail
This park contains a wonderful wildflower walking trail. There are informative signs along the trail to help you identify the flowers such as trilliums, spring beauty, wild ginger, and hepatica. The spring flowers usually begin in April and peak in May but winter weather and spring moisture will affect the blooming times. One flower that we found particularly interesting was the wild ginger. The flower is just above the ground at the base of the plant. It is often covered by dried leaves and not readily visible. Also worth noting,g along the trail is the rock-eating tree. Parking on the eastside of Highway 178 in a gravel lot.
Winter is also a great time to enjoy the park with fat biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing encouraged along the trails.