Topped by Lake Michigan and surrounded by the National Lakeshore, this sublime and historic landscape is a delight for visitors. Some 2,000 acres present idyllic hiking territory, and there are numerous cross country skiing trails in wintertime. In the summer, you can also hike to the beach, or visit the Nature Center.
Turkey Run is known for having some of the most scenic hiking trails in the state. Biking, equestrian trails, and canoeing are just a few of the other attractions for hikers at Turkey Run. Cross dramatic sandstone gorges via rope bridge, as you learn about the state's history. Dotted with historic covered bridges, log churches and cabins, the park's ravines transport you back some 600 million years. Trails may not be long, but they are certainly rugged.
Waterfall lovers are well served at Clifty State Park, where hiking trails to the park's prettiest scenery and watery attractions are plentiful. Don't forget to check out the Visitor Center, where you can learn more about the wildlife and geology you'll find in this spectacular 600 acre park. After your hike, cool off with a swim in the park's beloved lake.