Paddle out on the 1,635 acre lake to discover secluded coves. Ranger guided tours emphasize the interconnectivity of the ecosystem. Alternatively, sail away on your own dinghy for the day, or take a fishing boat out and catch your own dinner.
You will be thrilled by the diversity of wildlife that shares the park with you. Head to the fields to spot butterflies in the summer and stop in at the Visitor Center to learn more about the migratory birds that pass through the park in the shoulder seasons.
The glistening sands of Muskrat Beach are the ideal springboard for summer swimming. There is also a volleyball court and even bathhouses for your convenience. Enjoy a family meal at the picnic area afterwards.