With more than 40 miles of hiking trails, Rock Cut State Park has plenty of opportunities for eager walkers. Rock Cut State Park cabins provide easy access to a variety of routes that are suitable for all ages and experience levels, with each trail categorized as suitable for winter or summer. Discover the untamed natural beauty of Rock Cut State Park as you explore it by foot.
This 3.6-mi. route takes you around Pierce Lake and is suitable for people of all ages and abilities. This quiet trail also provides excellent opportunities for spotting the local flora and fauna of Rock Cut State Park.
Expect a 5.2-mi. trail of moderate difficulty that takes you to the lake. Trail running and mountain biking are also popular along this route, and it can be navigated with snowshoes or skis when visiting the park in winter.
This 4.2-mi. trail is used by both hikers and horseback riders. Mostly tranquil forests, the route also provides superb views of the park.
Whether in winter or summer, Rock Cut State Park offers plenty of fun-filled activities ideal for the whole family. Wildlife watching is particularly popular, and you can expect to see deer, fox, woodchucks, and beavers alongside a colorful array of birds. Rock Cut State Park cabins put you right in the heart of the wilderness, allowing you to spot the local wildlife and much more besides.
Cross-country skis and snowshoes can be hired in winter, giving vacationers the chance to explore the park and enjoy magical landscapes blanketed in snow. Ice fishing is also very popular here, promising to be an exciting challenge for the whole family.
Perfect for all ages, geocaching lets you explore the park as you follow coordinates to a variety of interesting caches. Follow clues as you embark on a family adventure like no other.
Pierce Lake is the ideal place to enjoy boating, kayaking, and canoeing. Vessels can be hired in the summer. The smaller Olson Lake is a calmer alternative, with both locations offering excellent fishing opportunities.