Hike or bike the two-mile trail along the shoreline of Beeds Lake. At the spillway, visitors can hike to the base of the dam and admire its unique limestone face. Cross-country skiing is available on the trails in the winter.
Boat in the waters of Beeds Lake or swim at the sandy beach area near the south side of the lake. A modern boat ramp provides convenient access to the lake and boats may be operated at “no wake” speeds.
for bass, catfish and panfish. Several fishing jetties and docks near the south shore provide access to the lake and are ADA accessible. The causeway also offers shoreline fishing opportunities.
at one of several campsites at the park’s large campground, offering electrical hookups, two modern restrooms, showers and a sanitary dump station. One-fourth of the campsites are available for self-registration on a first-come, first-serve basis and advance campsite reservations can be made online.
one of two open shelters at the park for an outdoor gathering during your visit. Originally built by the CCC, the renovated stone and timber beach building contains a dining area, kitchen and restrooms. The beach building can be reserved for large gatherings through the online reservation system.