It was a little confusing for me trying to figure out where the trails started since it was my first time there. I had gone to it yesterday with my two dogs and fiancé. We got to the visitor center to see the map of the trails offered (about 5-6 different ones) and we found that there were only 2 trails that were dog friendly. We didn’t realize there were two separate areas for the trails allowing and not allowing dogs. The signs they put out as you drive in tells you what area is what, but they don’t have signs showing which area to take your dogs to. We had managed to speak with someone who worked there and she was very helpful, but we were burning up trying to find where the trails initially started upon arriving. Lytle’s Loop and Savannah are the only two trails for dogs and they need to be on leash at all times. Overall, it was pleasant, not that busy for a Saturday and the trees help shade most of Lytle’s Loop. I would definitely go back now that I know where to go.