Cedar Ridge Preserve has nine miles of hiking trails on six hundred acres of rolling hills. The trails are beautiful and well-marked, so you never have to worry about getting lost. There are several routes to choose from and benches lining the paths throughout the preserve. Most importantly, there’s a restroom and water fountains near the parking lot. I recommend wearing good hiking boots and bringing at least one water bottle per person. Be sure to have your camera handy for the occasional bobcat and butterflies crossing the trails.