Hiking in the area allows anyone visiting Nockamixon State Park to explore its forests, fields, and the banks of Lake Nockamixon at a slower pace. Including spectacular lake views, rugged rock outcroppings, and a variety of water courses, you will find trails suitable for all ages and abilities—just remember to take a sturdy pair of shoes.
This easy-going 1.3mi. trail guides hikers along an old road to the lake. Nockamixon State Park cabins provide easy access to the Haycock Boat Launch, where this trail begins.
A 5.6mi. trail of moderate difficulty that passes over the stone dam and across smaller streams at Old Mill Pond, this route also takes hikers through mature pine forests.
This 2.65mi. trail of moderate difficulty takes hikers through the remnants of a summer camp before reaching a spectacular view of the lake and quarry. Much of the material used in the construction of the park came from this quarry.
A variety of recreational activities can be accessed from Nockamixon State Park hotels, and families will find something to keep everyone entertained. From a little friendly competition on the disc golf course to tranquil days on the lake, whatever your interests, you will be well catered for in Nockamixon State Park.
Featuring an 18-hole disc golf course, people of all ages are encouraged to test their skills on the tranquil greens. Loan discs are available at the Park Office.
Horses can use the roadsides in the park, the trails on the south side of the lake, plus the Quarry and Old Mill Trail. Horses can be hired from around the park, allowing you to explore easily.
Canoes, kayaks, rowboats, paddleboats, paddle boards, and more are available to hire during the summer season. Exploring the lake by boat is the ideal way to see more of the park.
Cross-country skiing, ice skating, and sledding provide vacationers with plenty of winter fun when the snow falls. In particular, cross-country skiers will have free run to explore the trails.