Gray's jays, chickadees, red-winged blackbirds, and green-tailed towhee are just some of the species that flock to the park's feeders. Grab a spot nearby to spend time watching these fascinating creatures in their natural habitats, and make sure to bring your camera.
The park hosts a range of special events, including an annual Labor Day celebration and the Moose Festival each summer. Educational programs are also held every Saturday and Sunday, offering everyone in the family the opportunity to learn about nature.
Species such as cutthroat and rainbow trout populate the waters in State Forest State Park, and heading out on the water for a spot of fishing is one of the most popular activities in the park. As some restrictions are in place, it's best to check with the rangers before you head out.