Hiking TrailsHiking trails are open year round during regular park hours. The trails are open for walking, hiking, running, and biking. All trails are out and back and begin at the main parking lot.
The largest and most popular trail is a .75-mile sandy trail that meanders along the lake and connects to the shoreline fishing.
The Board House (paddleboarding) is found off of this trail.
This meandering .5-mile sandy trail starts by the Marina Building and winds its way along the East shoreline. The trail ends with a park bench, ideal for a rest, and taking pictures of the native prairie flowers.
West Trail Shelter
The West Trail Shelter overlooks the South Lake and sits closely to key shoreline fishing stations. Visitors will find the shelter near the end of the West Trail.
Three stationary picnic tables are under the shelter, and one stationary picnic table is in the open. There is no electricity. The shelter accommodates a maximum of twenty people.
East Trail Shelter
The East Trail Shelter overlooks the North Lake in a private and peaceful setting. Visitors will find the shelter just off the gravel service-road trail, which leads to the Pingree Road and Three Oaks Road pedestrian gate.
Two stationary picnic tables are under the shelter, and one stationary picnic table is in the open. There is no electricity. The shelter accommodates a maximum of twenty people.