Borderland State Park in Easton is a local favorite. It is so wildly popular that the parking lot often fills up early in the morning and cars are turned away. Cars that park along the road leading up to the park are ticketed or even towed. But if you look at the trail map and look for alternate entrances off side streets, you can often find places to park where your vehicle won’t be towed. A little bit of planning ahead (and perhaps even using Google Maps’s street view) can save you from having to turn around and go home before you even start your adventure. You should also check the mileage of your planned route. Often the map has a scale you can use to estimate; some maps provide the mileage of each trail. Your friend Google may also often turn up results about mileage and terrain. And that’s also what this website is for! 😉

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