Dorothy’s Way is a 500-foot soft footpath traversing a gentle slope parallel to Brook Road, marked by a trellis at the edge of the woods. It is believed that many of the rhododendrons along its length were part of a Knippenberg hybrid trial area.
The rhododendrons are usually in bloom in late May. The path takes you up close and very personal under and among the huge rhododendrons. What a way to see these fantastic blooms! The memorial trail was constructed by volunteers of all ages, and the wooden arbors at each end were Eagle Scout projects.