After 0.8 miles, this trail forks into a loop trail leading to lakefront campsites. The south fork leads to a primitive campsite and outhouse. The north fork ends with five primitive campsites and an outhouse. A 0.5 trail segment connects the two forks.
At a Glance
11/07/2016: Open. There is an over-head hazard tree on the North Route after the 1st trail junction. Avoid flagged off area until hazard can be mitigated.
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Mountain bikes share the trail with hikers
Camping & Cabins
The south fork leads to one primitive campsite and outhouse. The north fork ends with five primitive campsites and an outhouse. No water.
Beach Access Limited to Protect Snowy Plovers March 15 - Sept 15
Certain beaches near snowy plover nesting areas have restrictions in place March 15 - September 15. In these areas, dry sand beach is CLOSED to entry. Within most plover nesting areas, dogs, kites, motorized vehicles, and non-motorized vehicles are prohibited in both dry and wet sand beach.
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