The park is down US41 about 2 miles from town. A motor vehicle parking permit is required.
These trails vary as they go through the woods and along Lake Superior and Lake Fanny Hooe. Most of the trails are not hilly and are easy to navigate.
The park trails offer up a variety of bird life. The ever-elusive Pileated Woodpecker is often sighted in the area. The trail along Lake Fanny Hooe is also good for blackbirds. In the spring of 2001 during an Audubon outing, 23 species of warblers were observed in one day, many within these trails.