Tyler State Park hotels offer guests the opportunity to explore one of the state's premier outdoor locations with some home comforts to enjoy at the end of the day. Spend your mornings trekking the fabulous trails of Tyler State Park before renting a boat and transforming the family into a fleet of fisherman for the afternoon.
Best Hiking Trails in Tyler State Park
One of the best activities to enjoy when staying in Tyler State Park cabins is walking. Take to one of the numerous trails, long or short, and see the best of the park from the well signposted and maintained routes.
1. Lake Loop
This moderately difficult trail in Tyler State Park is blessed with numerous beautiful features including a beaver dam and a natural spring. This two mile long walk offers fantastic views of the lake, is accessible all year round, and, being a loop brings you back to where you started.
2. Whispering Pines Nature Trail
This short trail is less than a mile long and perfect for those with limited mobility looking for a short but enchanting walk. The highlight of the walk is a pretty waterfall and there are some trivia posters to enjoy along the way.
3. Loop C and D
Despite being a little longer than other loops in Tyler State Park, this three mile walk is well worth it for the beautiful flowers and fauna you will see along the way. Suitable for those with a moderate fitness level.
Best Family Activities in Tyler State Park
There is plenty to discover with the family when you book Tyler State Park cabins. From spotting the wildlife through a pair of binoculars to heading out on your mountain bikes, young and old alike will delight in the superb outdoor setting.
Try your luck at catching some bass, catfish or perch in Tyler State Park's lake. There are three fishing piers situated around the lakes at various point and you don't need a licence to fish from the shore of this state lake. Equipment is available for rent.
2. Boat Rental
Hire a boat with all the family and take to the water for a fun-filled day exploring the lake in a paddle boat, jon boat, bike boat or canoe.
Tyler State Park is home to twelve miles of hiking trails where you can behold the trees which stand over thirty meters tall and the impressive lake which covers 64 acres. If you don't feel like traversing the park on foot then a mountain bike is an excellent way to cover more ground.