The Bluebell Trail is a 1 mile, easy trail for hiking and biking that passes through a relatively flat, wooded area, next to the south fork of the Shenandoah River. Along the trail there are numerous access points where users can take a break and cool off in the shallows. In the early spring, Virginia Bluebells cover the forest floor along the sides of the trail. Other wildflowers that bloom on this trail include Mayapple, Dutchman’s Breeches, Bloodroot, Spring Beauty and Spiderwort. There are a large number of broad-leafed paw paw trees throughout the park and especially here. This trail is accessible from the day use area near shelter 1. It is also accessible from the Hemlock Hollow and River Trails.