Staying near the edge of the lake, these routes start at Niles Beach and move further east to take you deeper into the park.
A series of paths with different lengths, including one just under a mile, you will move along the western interior of the park and pass by a fishing pond and a sledding area.
2.36 miles long, this trail is a little longer and covers a wide perimeter with a lot of choices for stopping and admiring the beauty of this park. The semicircular park roads leading off the trail offer mini excursion opportunities for going off the beaten path.
This path is perfect for animal lovers. In the southern part of the park, take on the challenge of navigating wetlands full of wildlife such as turtles, salamanders, frogs and dragonflies.