Kayaking, canoeing, row boating, or hydro biking—whatever might be your favorite way to hit the water, you'll find the right vessel for you. What's more, with 101 acres of open water to explore, you'll get a unique perspective of the park.
The Wildflower Reserve at Racoon State Park is home to a variety of stunning flora and fauna. Wild turkeys, deer, and raccoons all call this area home, and some of the larger inlets are home to beavers, muskrats, and mink.
Raccoon Lake boasts healthy populations of trout, bass, carp, panfish, and walleye for fishing enthusiasts. A little angling is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon, for visitors of all ages.