This is one of the simplest trails in the park at a half-mile in length. You'll want to start at the Nature Center for a superb introduction to the local ecology, such as the unique living habits of the local deer population.
Ideal if you want easy terrain on a longer route, this trail is two miles long. You'll encounter numerous species of plantlife as you meander towards the lighthouse at the end, and the signs posted along the route will teach you more about the ecology and wildlife in the area.
Moderately challenging and with a three-mile loop, you'll encounter the scenic overlook of Sven's Bluff and pass by the remains of historic farms that paint a picture of life here long ago. This majestic route is highly rewarding for the active hiking family.
Perfect for cycling or longer hikes, you'll be able to take advantage of 12 miles of trail. This is an excellent way to cover more ground or independently explore even more of the park during your visit.