From South West Hart Road, you'll find a small parking lot where you can unload your puppers from the car and start your adventure. You'll also find a drinking fountain and a porta potty. Bring your own water for the trek, or bottles to fill up here. There are bike racks and a kiosk, where you can pick up a map of the park to avoid getting lost.
Within the park there is one mile of trails forming several loops. Some are paved, some are natural, and all welcome doggos. The Fir Loop Trail is a short paved loop that starts at the parking lot. It includes a viewing deck that lets you peer deep into the forest. From here you can connect to the South Johnson Creek Trail, which shoots north across the wildlife area. This trail features boardwalks and a bridge over the creek, which is just pawfect for taking in views of the water. From the South Johnson Creek Trail, you can hook onto the Madrone loop, located in the northwest corner of the park. This natural surface trail will give you a workout with some of it's steeper inclines. There is clear signage located at primary trail junctions. Along the trails, you'll find benches where you can relax with your best pal.
Our four-legged friends will continue to be welcome in the park, as long as a few ground rules are followed. Keep be sure your pal stays leashed, picked up after, and respectful to all other creatures. Be sure to have clean-up bags on hand at all times.
The Lowami Hart Woods Trails are sure to put a wag in your dog's tail!