Chickadee Trail

Caddo Valley, Arkansas

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This trail is shaded by lots of pine trees near the lakeshore. Maple, oak, and sweet gum trees are well represented along this easy-to-follow dirt trail, but pine trees predominate. Ground cover includes pokeweed and wildflowers. Mushrooms, the color of ripe tomatoes, are plentiful all along the trail. Virginia creeper is also abundant along the path, as is poison ivy, which has practically taken over the trailside in some places. Maple, oak, and sweet gum trees are well represented along this easy-to-follow dirt trail, but pine trees predominate. Ground cover includes pokeweed and wildflowers. Mushrooms, the color of ripe tomatoes, are plentiful all along the trail. Virginia creeper is also abundant along the path, as is poison ivy, which has practically taken over the trailside in some places. For the uninitiated, let us explain a major difference between Virginia creeper and poison ivy: Virginia creeper has five leaves to a cluster; poison ivy has only three leaves.

Chickadee Trail Professional Review and Guide

"This trail is shaded by lots of pine trees near the lakeshore. Maple, oak, and sweet gum trees are well represented along this easy-to-follow dirt trail, but pine trees predominate. Ground cover includes pokeweed and wildflowers. Mushrooms, the color of ripe tomatoes, are plentiful all along the trail. Virginia creeper is also abundant along the path, as is poison ivy, which has practically taken over the trailside in some places.

Maple, oak, and sweet gum trees are well represented along this easy-to-follow dirt trail, but pine trees predominate. Ground cover includes pokeweed and wildflowers. Mushrooms, the color of ripe tomatoes, are plentiful all along the trail. Virginia creeper is also abundant along the path, as is poison ivy, which has practically taken over the trailside in some places. For the uninitiated, let us explain a major difference
between Virginia creeper and poison ivy: Virginia creeper has five leaves to a cluster; poison ivy has only three leaves."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Caddo Valley
Distance: 0.7
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: DeGray Lake Resort State Park
Local Maps: USGS Bismarck
Driving Directions: Directions to Chickadee Trail

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May 2018