From its picturesque beginning at the foot of the old stone Opossum Road Bridge to the verdant, moss covered trees bending over the river banks at its end, this hidden gem is a true discovery, with shallow water perfect for play.
A loop begins just off the road but I recommend taking the right fork toward the river and returning the same way because trees have blocked portions of the wilder section to the left. It’s a short path to its very end at the point of a wedge marked by a fence contouring the ridge on one side and the river on the other. There are ample little trails down to pebble beaches with shallow water, perfect for exploring. At the halfway point, sit down on the bench and gaze up at the monumental Sycamore tree before you.
AS A WINE…
A zingy Albariño, with lime, wet stone and juicy Granny Smith apple notes.