There are numerous hiking trails to explore when visiting Pokagon State Park, and with a range of difficulty levels clearly marked, you will easily find something suitable for your particular group and their capabilities. Hike across lake beaches, through wooded hills, wetlands, and open meadows.
This two-mile trail takes you from the Inn to the Apple Orchard picnic area and is moderate in difficulty. Ideal for birdwatching and flower spotting, you will also have the chance to stop at the Nature Center.
This 1.4-mile trail is rated easy but still takes in a variety of different habitats including the hardwood forests and rolling plains. The end of this walk will also bring you to Trail No. 5 if you feel like continuing.
The only trail rated as rugged on the difficulty scale, following this path will take you through swamp and forest as you head east. You will also have the chance to see a number of Civilian Conservation Corps stone dams.
Pokagon State Park cabins are a great way for you and your family to enjoy the best of the park in any season. From snow-filled days on the slopes to relaxing afternoons bobbing around on the lakes, Pokagon State Park is idyllic year-round. Pokagon State Park hotels also offer comfortable accommodation in the park to enjoy its attractions.
During the winter, one of the park's most popular activities is the infamous Toboggan Run. Riders can reach speeds of up to 40 mph on this 400-meter run, making for an adrenaline-filled afternoon for thrill-seeking families visiting Pokagon State Park.
The Pokagon Nature Center is staffed by a number of full-time naturalists who help maintain the park and its legacy. Here, you will find lots of information on the park as well as numerous events held throughout the year,
A great way to spend the summer months with your family, paddle boating will let you relax on some of the many stretches of open water in the park.