Why it's great:
+Easy to find
+Park right next to the trails
+Not so big that you'll worry about getting lost or need hiking gear
+Recreational area has benches, places to cook, bathrooms, and basketball courts
+Great (but unforgiving) disc golf course is situated within
Not so great:
-"Heads UP!" don't get bonked by aforementioned disc golfers
-Shares boarder with HSU campus breeding hutches (aka Student Housing) so you'll likely run into a few folks on your wandering.
This local gem of a forest has been the backdrop for so many childhood memories. I got my first bike at birthday party here. Came here for numerous school field trips. So to take a stroll through here is like walking down memory lane.