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The Best Hiking Trails in Dillon State Park
Owing to the park's fascinating natural features, Dillon State Park's diverse range of trails is well known for offering outdoor recreation fun. Spend time outside Dillon State Park cabins and take in all that nature has to offer on the park’s trails.
Licking Bend Trail
This 6-mile, family-friendly trail winds through vast scenery filled with wildlife such as chipmunks, gray squirrels, and white-tailed deer. This multi-use trail is open to horseback riding and mountain biking.
This easy trail loops along a ridge by Dillon Lake, offering scenic views. The one-mile trek covers a terrain of primary and secondary paved roads.
Ruffed Grouse Nature Trail
This 0.75-mile trail is a branch of Licking Bend Trail. An ideal choice for birdwatchers, it lets hikers see the area's varied habitats firsthand.
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The Best Family Activities in Dillon State Park
Not interested in hiking? Not to worry, Dillon State Park hotels offer guests a selection of fun-filled outdoor activities, as outlined below.
Built in September 2009, Dillon State Park's archery range has 10-, 20-, 30-, and 40-yard targets, as well as a 30-yard broadhead target to advance and master your archer's skills. For an environmental approach, the backstops are recycled plastic.
Dine out with your family at pleasant and scenic locations around the parks. The picnic sites have been fit with tables and grills to meet your dining needs, and there are also shelter houses available on a first-come, first-served basis.
With a certified Clean Marina, Dillon State Park is ideal for boating activities. The park is open to boats of all types, and there's no horsepower limit. Its marina has three launch ramps and offers boat rental services, supplies, fuel, and seasonal docks.
After a day of strenuous activities, relax in one of the 183 campsites in Dillon State Park. Equipped with flush toilets, showers, and dump stations, the park's campground also has RV-friendly sites. There are also 20 non-electric equestrian campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Put your arm to the test at the 18-hole Woodchuck Ridge Disc Golf course, where par is set at 61. The course offers a variety of challenges suitable for different skill levels. The course commences and ends at the camp store, looping near the camp area.
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