In looking it up I realized I do know the place, but I haven't been to that specific area in a very long time, certainly not on a bike since getting back into riding 10 yrs ago. In fact, other than driving along Rt 30 and visiting CW battlefields/routes, I haven't been in that forest since taking my Yamaha 550 up through there several decades ago. I've done a bit of hiking in that area even further back.
BTW: I'm not in the least surprised there's gravel under your wheels. Gravel should in no way stop an RT, unless you're one of those who doesn't like to get their bike a little dirty. IMO new places to go and/or sights to see are the best motivator for riding ... not showing off a pristine bike finish.
Craig 11 R1200GSA (aka Big Bird) 04 R1150RT (Sold)
"The fool, with all his other faults, has this also, he is always getting ready to live." Seneca