Camp, hike, fish, boat or ride horses beneath a dense canopy of oak, beech and fir trees at this 5,579-acre park. Trails, though well-cleared, can be poorly marked—pick up a trail map to make sure you don't wander off your easy 1-mile trail onto a strenuous 13-mile one (not that we've done that!). Rent canoes or rowboats at Big Lake, where the water can be so still it looks like the surface of a mirror. You can fish for bluegill, bass and crappie here, as well as in the park's two other lakes. Just bring your own worms.
Sports and the Outdoors