A very short, tenth of a mile hike along a well-paved route that takes you to the Current River, with a bridge crossing on the way. This is also a great little path for testing out cycling in the park, or just stop and admire the animal and plant life you will encounter. This is a linear route but only takes five minutes to complete.
This easy trail is just 0.8 miles long and the perfect way to see the lake. It suits hikers and bikers and even very young visitors who can be brought along in strollers on the level ground. The loop takes around 25 minutes to finish.
This trail is 1.5 miles long and covers rugged terrain, expect to spend about an hour and a half navigating this path. You will start at the Stone Picnic Shelter, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, and then make your way up to the summit for superb panoramic views of the park.