Camp Creek State Park - Hiking
Enjoy hiking through valleys and over mountain tops to discover the spectacular waterfalls and beautiful overlooks of Camp Creek State Park.
There are 6 miles of trails at the park for hikers only, and additional trails for hikers, bikers, and horseback riders.
Destination Distance From Downtown
Most trails in Camp Creek State Park require lengthy climbs and have a moderate amount of exposed roots and rocks. That being said, the trails are all hard-packed dirt and alternate from singletrack to wide paths, making them possible for just about any hiker.
Time To Complete
Trails range from less than 1 mile to an 8.7-mile loop, so plan to spend anywhere from 30 minutes to 2+ hours at the park.
While you can not hunt in Camp Creek State Park, it borders the much larger Camp Creek WMA, where there may be hunters in the fall and winter. If you are going to the park in fall or winter, wear blaze orange for safety.
On Leash Only
Dogs must be leashed and up to date on vaccinations.
- Cross Country Skiing
- Flat Water Paddling
- Mountain Biking
- Skiing & Snowboarding
- Trail Running
- White Water Paddling