Fish Creek Pond Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Almost every one of the more than 300 sites here has access to Fish Creek Pond or neighboring Square Pond, which explains why, at the height of summer, you’d be very lucky to get a spot on a weekend without a reservation well in advance. For the same reason, this probably isn’t the campground to visit if you’re looking for serenity and solitude. Flat, sandy campsites, while shaded, are very close together and are often no more than a few feet off the busy park road. Kids won’t mind the company though, and organized recreational activities (daily from late June until Labor Day) such as nature hikes, crafts, games, and live entertainment make Fish Creek Pond a good choice for families. Spend an hour or two on the fishing pier and try to hook black bass, northern pike, and pan fish or bring a topo map and get some exercise hiking Floodwood Loop, a relatively easy trail that’s accessible from the park’s northeastern corner."