Hiking at Samuel S. Lewis State Park
1.6 miles of trails
This trail winds through a pine plantation, interesting rock formations, and spectacular scenic views. This easy hike also takes visitors past the George E. Stine Arboretum.
Over the years, the arboretum has been severely damaged by storms and high winds. However, it still contains European beech, persimmon, concolor fir, English yew, and other unique species, capturing a piece of the landscape’s past.
Short Cut Trail
This short loop explores the pine plantation.
Located behind the park office, the trail loops through a diverse hardwood forest.