Alum Creek State Park offers 9.5 miles of multi-purpose trails, located at the New Galena Launch Ramp, on the east side of the lake. The trail is designed for hiking in the spring and summer months and dependent upon snow cover, snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter. There are also hiking trails located at the State Park Office, the Hollenback Boat Ramp Area, and the Visitor Center.
8 miles of bridle trails wind along the lakeshore through mature beech-maple forests and across deep ravines. Riders must provide their own mounts.
A mountain bike trail system is located on the east side of the lake, off Lewis Center Road. The trail system includes two main trails, a two-mile loop designed for beginning cyclists and nearly six miles of connected loops for the more experienced rider. These trails are unpaved and are exclusively designed for mountain bike use only. They are open year-round during daylight hours. Bicycles are also permitted on main roads and in the State Park Campground.
Address: 5 mi E on Lewis Center Rd off US 23
Our Email: LRH.AlumCreek@Lrh01.usace.army.mil
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