Wallace State Park Campground Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The 501 acres of wooded hills and bottomlands in Wallace State Park are named for the family that once owned part of the park’s land. Wallace came into existence in the 1930s through the preservation efforts of the Cameron Sportsman’s Club, and its early developmental stages were part of a WPA project.
It’s a beautiful place, featuring forested hills, moist bottomlands, field openings, and a stream with several low waterfalls, all arranged around the park’s centerpiece—Lake Allaman, a six-acre pond with excellent fishing and swimming."