Hike five miles of multi-use trails at Honey Creek or travel along the Woodland Interpretive trail to learn about the 11 ancient Woodland Native American mounds in the park. Interpretive displays at the beginning of the trail detail the history of Honey Creek State Park.
Boat or Fish in the waters of Rathbun Lake. The lake is a focal point of the area, and several recreational opportunities such as fishing and paddling can be enjoyed. The North Boat Ramp is the largest on the lake, providing 24-hour fishing and boating access.
Stay overnight in one of four rustic camping cabins or at the park’s campground. The pine log cabins feature covered porches, basic furnishings, electricity, microwaves, small refrigerators and heating and air conditioning. Water and sanitary facilities are not available in the cabins, but restrooms and showers are in the campground. The campground has modern sites, a universally accessible site, electricity and a dump station. One fourth of the campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis and advance reservations can be made online.
Reserve one of two open shelters for an outdoor gathering during your visit. Picnic shelters overlook the lake and can be reserved through the online reservation system for Honey Creek State Park.