The Scour Trail starts in a big parking lot off highway N north of the park entrance and winds through the woods until you come out onto the scour. I didn’t cross it, opting to stay on the north side and walk “upstream”.
At the point the trail first emerges on the scour is a pavilion that features, in addition to more lizards, some displays that explain the geology of the area and the flood of 2005.
Then I headed over to the main park area to see the shut-ins and hike the eponymous trail. The Shut-ins Trail starts out very “touristy” – asphalt, wooden boardwalks, etc but eventually turns into a natural surface trail that actually scared some people away – they were afraid of falling down the hill. Hurrah!