Hay Road features a unique cobblestone brick creek crossing that may be closed if the water is too high. Do not attempt to forge this crossing if it is beyond your skill level, the water is too high, the water is moving too fast, or if you are alone. Even if the DNR didn't close the gate, take extreme caution on this short, unique trail.
Bricks crossing area features interlocked pavers over one section of the trail. It also features a fair sizes lvl 6 rock at the end. Do not go beyond the public parking area. Stay out of the tall grass and on the trail! The level of this trail is dependent on the water level. High water crossing determine a trail depth of level 6 or maybe more, most high-water times, the DNR will close the gate on this trail.
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