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Great Seal State Park Disk Golf © John Kelley
We were on a walk, everywhere you turn there is a disk golf hole.
Cardinal © stateparks.com
Cardinal
Spring Hike © stateparks.com
Keep On Leash © stateparks.com
Campfire and Hotdogs © stateparks.com
Roasting hot dogs over an open fire.
Afternoon Hike © stateparks.com
Oh Yell © stateparks.com
Cool Swim © stateparks.com
Picnic Table © stateparks.com
It is always a great day for a picnic in the park.
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GREAT SEAL STATE PARK ACTIVITIES
FACILITIES AND ACTIVITIES OVERVIEW
GeneralLand, acres1,862
 Water, acres2
 Nearby Wildlife Area, acres900
Day-UseHuntingyes
 Hiking Trail, miles5
 Picnickingyes
 Picnic Shelters, #2
 Mountain Bike Trails, miles17
 Bridle Trails, miles17
CampingPrimitive, #15
 Pets Permittedyes
 Horsemen Campsites, #5
WinterCross-Country Skiingyes
Trails
Twenty miles of trails are available to both hikers and horsemen. The terrain varies from steep to gently rolling. It is advised that horses and hikers be well conditioned for these trails. The Sugarloaf Mountain Trail (yellow), 2.1 miles, climbs through dense maple-dominated forests to the crest of Sugarloaf. This loop is short and rises almost 500 feet in less than a quarter mile.

Shawnee Ridge Trail (blue), 7.8 miles, comprises Bald Hill, Sand Hills and parts of Rocky Knob. Several steep sections are part of this forested trail.

Mt. Ives Trail (orange), 6.4 miles, winds along Mt. Ives and provides several scenic vistas. The trail is strenuous.

Three hiking trails (Grouse Rock, Spring Run and Picnic Loop) are available. The Spring Run Trail may be used for cross-country skiing when weather conditions permit.
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