Finger Lakes State Park Water Trail
Length: 4.50 miles View map
See a different side of the park by experiencing it from a canoe or kayak on Peabody Lake. The trail is divided into two sections – the 2.20-mile north section and the 2.30-mile south section. A .40-mile white connector between the two sections lets you complete the entire trail. Buoys are placed every .10 of a mile on the path of the trail with blue buoys for the north section and red for the south.
The park was once an active strip mine and the lakes are the water-filled pits created when the coal was removed. After mining operations ceased in the late 1960s, the land became a project to demonstrate the use of strip-mined land for recreational purposes and Finger Lakes State Park was created. If you don’t have a canoe or kayak, you can rent one at the park office.
|Finger Lakes State Park Water Trail|
|Length||Estimated Hiking Time||Type||Blazes||Trailhead|
|4.50 miles||n/a||Linear||Blue||At the beach parking lot|