There are 15 miles of hiking trails at Beltzville State Park. The trails follow wooded paths, old roads, and mowed walkways through forests, creek valleys, fields, and by the lake. The trails vary in length.
A short description of each trail can be found in the “Beltzville Trail Guide,” which is available at the park office.
Saw Mill Trail
This trail is just west of the dam breast and offers a diverse historical hike. The trail passes the remains of a gristmill raceway, a dam and gateways, small ponds, a slate quarry from the 1700s, a wetland, and a stream.
This trail passes Wild Creek Falls.