Bike more than 45 miles of multi-use trails, including the 12-mile gravel trail around Brushy Creek Lake. The trails can be explored by horseback riding, mountain biking or on foot, and snowmobiling and cross country skiing in the winter.
Fish for bluegill, crappie, largemouth bass, channel catfish, walleye or muskellunge at the 690-acre Brushy Creek Lake. The lake has 21 miles of shoreline including four boat ramps and eight fishing jetties. An accessible fishing pier is located on the west side of the lake. Boating is allowed at a “no wake” speed, and visitors can swim at the designated beach area.
Hunt for a variety of species at Brushy Creek including pheasant, quail, white-tailed deer and wild turkeys. Several parking areas around the area provide convenient access for hunters. Brushy Creek also has two shooting ranges nearby.
Camp in the equestrian or non-equestrian campgrounds. The north and south equestrian campgrounds contain a modern shower and restroom, electric and non-electric sites, a horse-wash area, and hitch rails. Both campgrounds feature picnic tables and grills at each site. All users are required to tie their animals to rails. The non-equestrian campground contains non-electric and full hookup sites with water and a sewer. Advanced campsite reservations can be made online.
Reserve shelter or beach cabana during your visit to Brushy Creek. Three open shelters and four beach cabanas can be reserved through the online reservation system.