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Hiking

2 miles of trails

The open nature of the park allows visitors to take casual walks through most of the park. Scenic views of the lake provide a tranquil setting, especially during spring and autumn.

All hiking trails are easy walking due to the flat and wide stone surface.

Grassland Trail

0.4 mile, easiest hiking

This open, sunny trail wanders through the Butterfly Field. It can be accessed from both Middle Road and Upper Road parking lots.

Hillside Trail

0.25 mile, easiest hiking

Starting from the Overlook parking lot, this walk through the trees ends at the Hillside fishing area.

Lakeside Trail

0.2 mile, easiest hiking

This walk follows along the lake, leading to a grove of hemlocks. This trail also provides areas for picnicking and fishing. The trailhead is located off the Middle Road parking lot.

Overlook Trail

0.6 mile, easiest hiking

Enjoy a view of the entire lake from the dam. This trail connects with Lakeside and Grassland trails. The overlook parking lot has access to fishing and picnic areas and is a great place for photography.

Woodland Trail

0.6 mile, easiest hiking

Meandering along the lake and through woodlands, this trail crosses over Indiantown Run, the main feeder stream to the lake. The trail extends from the Middle Road parking lot to the Lower Road parking lot.

Exercise Course​

A one-mile exercise course is in the eastern portion of the park. The course begins and ends at the Middle Road parking area using the Grassland, Overlook, and Lakeside trails.