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First developed in 1930, the Gorge is part of a 64.5-acre natural woodland. It has awesome trails for mountain biking, and beautiful trails for walking and hiking in the summer. The Gorge is also a fun and challenging space for cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Parking, site maps, a picnic shelter, skills park, and bike repair station greet you as you enter the park off the main trailhead on Gladys Porter Drive. You can also enter the park via the Grant Street entrance, which is a foot path. Both entrances have interpretive signage.