Hike the Sulphur Springs Trail, Paris Mountain

Sulphur Springs Trailhead

This loop trail takes you through forest and ravines, and alongside streams and a lake.

From Picnic Area 6, follow the white-blazed trail in either direction. Take in the scenic forest, wildflowers, and streams. The trail will also take you along the shore of Mountain Lake. A trail map of the area can be found here.

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Pack List

  • Hiking boots
  • Water
  • Sun protection
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RT Distance 3.5 Miles
Activities Hiking
Skill Level Beginner
Season Spring, Summer, Autumn
Trail Type Loop
Features
Family Friendly
Forest
Lake
Wildflowers

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Fun And Easy Trail

This park consists of a few short and easy trails around a big pond. There are many trees so it's shady all the way around! There is also an amphitheater where they have local musicians perform weekly. Very nice :)

Easy Hike, Great For Kids

This is a great hike to take your family on. We have a pretty big brood of seven kids and our family loves this short hike. If you start of the double picnic shelter numbers 4 & 5 you can follow the creek for the first half mile until it reaches an old dam. There are plenty of little side trails and boulders for kids to play on along the way. The trail starts to get more strenuous after you pass the dam, so if you have little ones that's a great point to turn around.


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