There is a playground with swings, slides, climber, whirl a-way, new basketball court with two hoops,buck-a-bout, volleyball area, open field area for playing games, and the beach for swimming. Our trails are great for hiking or biking.
This is the gravel trail to the beach on the south end of the park.
We have a handicap accessible paved trail that will be perfect for biking, walking, tricyles and roller blades. NO Motorized Vehicle Traffic allowed on any trail.
Nin Nanda Kikendan Mitig is the Native American Anishinaabe Tribe name for Learning Tree Trail. The park’s trail system is a learning opportunity with informational signage describing the forest's diversity. There is information about Red Pine Plantation, Natural White Pine , Oak Release and Aspen Regeneration all on the trails.
Nin Nanda Kikendan Mitig is the Native American Anishinaabe Tribe name for Learning Tree Trail.
Aishquagonabe Mikana is the Native American Anishinaabe Tribe name for Feather of Honor trail, which is named after a Great Chief who lived between the park and US 31.
The logs for the new cabin office came from county forest.
Fall camping is a feast for the sense's. The color is awesome and fewer campers than summer season means pick your favorite site then enjoy!!