Facilities and Opportunities
Restrooms – Restrooms with flush
toilets are located throughout the park. Port-a-johns are also
found at the Beach Cove Shelter and at the beginning of the
Trails – Find easy, moderate and difficult
trails. Nearly 10 miles of marked nature and ski trails. The
All-Visitors Trail is designed for individuals with disabilities.
Hawk’s View Trail is a 2.5 mile paved hike, bike and blade pathway.
Picnic – Seven areas throughout the park.
Visitor Center – Open 8:00 a.m. to sunset.
Open Labor Day to Memorial Day, Tuesday through Sunday 10:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, 10:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m. and Holidays.
Cross-country Skiing – Four trails of differing
lengths and difficulty. Rental equipment available on site.
Boat Ramp – Located at the Twin Chimneys Shelter.
Drinking water – Available throughout the park.
Fishing – 68 acre Crooked Lake.
Entry fee - $8.00 per day or $5 per day for
Oakland County residents. Annual vehicle permit $46 or $25 for
Oakland County Residents.
Barrier free – The All-Visitors Trail is a
1/3 mile paved trail, located adjacent to the boathouse and
features an outdoor observation deck overlooking Crooked Lake.
Parks and Recreation web site
Other local features: The park
is located at the headwaters of the Clinton River. There are
many glacial landscape features, such as moraines and outwash
plains. Some of the highest elevations in Oakland County are
found in this area.
efforts: Volunteers help conserve natural resources
at the site through maintenance of a bluebird trail and participation
in a state-wide frog survey. Call the Nature Center to volunteer.