A two mile loop trail that takes hikers through a heavily wooded area above Coon Creek, there are a number of interesting rock formations along the trail. A highlight of this fairly level trail are the views from the scenic bluff overlooking Coon Creek.
This trail is just under five miles in length and is a one-way route. Backpackers will find a primitive campsite along the route with views of Rough Canyon. Sections of this trail are very steep and rocky, and the hike can take up to 8 hours to complete.
An easy loop trail that is just under a mile in length, this option takes you to the entrance of Robbers Cave, for which the park is named. There are a number of sandstone formations on the trail and a grove of indigenous trees. Signs along the path explain the nature and history of the area.