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Trails at Eleven Mile State Park

The Coyote Ridge Interpretive Trail is located just off the Coyote Ridge parking lot. The 1.35 mile self-guided nature trail loop winds its way along a low, easily hiked ridge and through several micro-ecosystems found in the hills and meadows. Pets--on a leash and under physical control--are welcome.

The Coyote Ridge Trail splits into two loops (Ponderosa and Aspen) that intersect in the middle. For a map of the park's trail system, view the Trail System Map.

In summer, guided nature hikes with park interpreters are available, check the park's calendar for more information.

Birders can download the bird list for both Eleven Mile and Spinney Mountain parks.

The Black Bear Trail is 0.6 miles long and is considered a moderate hike. It spurs off of the Midland Trail and travels around the perimeter of the backcountry camping area. It explores the beautiful backcountry peninsula as it winds its way through the 25 secluded backcountry campsites. The trail consists of a few areas that require a scramble across bare rock or up uneven stone steps.

The Midland Trail begins at the far north end of the Coyote Ridge Trail's Aspen Loop and connects to the east side of the Black Bear Trail. This easy to moderate (it has a few small hills to climb) section of trail adds 2.9 miles to the existing trail system.
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