Listening Rock Trail is a 1.4 mile, moderate hiking loop that is accessible near the Visitor Center by the Buzzard Rock Overlook. Buzzard Rock derives its name from the turkey vultures that roosted here. English settlers were reminded of the buzzard hawks of their homeland, hence the name. The narrow trail runs downhill through the woods over fairly rocky terrain. About one half mile from Buzzard Rock Overlook is Listening Rock. Listening Rock is so named because the areas farmers would come here to locate grazing cattle by listening for their bells. This trail is closed from November 1 to May 1.