Walk on a winding trail through a thick forest, peppered with sculpture art created by local artists.
The trail itself forms two loops, and hikers are asked to follow directional signage to prevent congestion from hikers running into each other. Price Sculpture Forest indicates that while the first loop should be accessible for wheelchairs when the trail is not wet from rain (due to puddles and mud), the second loop is too steep.
To do the self-guided tour, which offers a chance to listen to the artists themselves speak about their art as you walk up to their sculptures, look for instructions at the trailhead.
The park is open every day from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. or sunset, whichever is earlier. There is no admission fee to enter the forest, although donations to the Price Sculpture Forest are welcome.