Mill Spring Handicap Trail is a mostly concrete trail with an ample 4 feet in width and spanning 1,776 feet in length. It leads to Mill Spring after a wonderful tour of nature. The trail has several areas equipped with picnic tables, charcoal grills and trash receptacles. The trail begins just past Sunday’s Pavilion inside Mill Springs Day Use Area. Park Closes at Sunset.
Hiking: Four and one-half miles of hiking trails are marked and maintained at the park. All trail markers are numbered and clearly shown on the park map to help you follow the trails. The Mill Springs Handicapped Trail is a unique, concrete-surfaced trail suitable for people of all mobility levels. The trail leads to the beautiful Mill Spring and possesses an easy rating. All other trails possess a medium difficulty rating. Pioneer Pass is highly recommended to see the park’s unique, natural beauty. The three creek crossings on Pioneer Pass are wet at this time pending the construction of footbridges.