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Hiking at Locust Lake State Park

6.75 miles of trails

Oak/Ridge Trail

0.75 mile, easiest hiking, white/blue blazes

This interpretive trail winds along a woodland creek, through a mature forest and through young woodland areas. Along the entire loop of this self-guiding trail, species of trees and other vegetation are marked and posted with educational signs.

Oak/Hemlock Trail

2 miles, more difficult hiking, white/yellow blazes

This trail is blazed through a mature hemlock stand through which flows a woodland stream. The trail also passes by a unique geological outcropping.

Oak Loop Trail

4 miles, most difficult hiking, white blazes

The longest of the loop trails, it encircles a ridge covered by a mature deciduous forest.

Bike Trail

1.3 miles of trails

A paved, 1.3-mile long bike trail circles the lake and gives an excellent view of the lake.