The Schoen Creek Trail at Fort Harrison State Park offers a fun variety of scenery, including dense woods, open grasslands, and soggy wetlands. Wildflowers and cattails abound in the springtime, as do deer and raccoon. Numerous wooden bridges cross various smalls streams as the trail rolls into small ravines. The remains of the old Fort Harrison are also along the trail: large crumbling concrete structures and footings of buildings that existed when Fort Harrison was actively used as an army base.
Park at the Millennium Grove Picnic Area near Camp Glen and the equine section of the park. There are no bathrooms or potable water at the parking area, but both are available just up the road within the state park. This multi-use trail is also used by mountain bikers, and although the bicycles should yield to hikers, it is best to allow the cyclists room to pass. While you can hike the loop in either direction, hike in the clockwise direction; cyclists ride in the opposite direction and are more easily visible.