Alum Creek State Park Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This is a 3,387-acre US Army Corps of Engineers lake run as a state park, and it has the requisite Army Corps visitor center, so you’ll want to check that out. But there’s a lot to do outside. Alum Creek is home to the largest inland beach in the state park system—a 3,000 foot expanse—though campers have exclusive access to their own beach and boat launch, too. You can boat and hunt here, but in both cases, the park can be split into halves. North of Cheshire Road offers the best hunting for squirrels and deer, as well as quieter boating with tree-lined shores, sheltered inlets, and shale cliffs that result from water cutting through bedrock. South of Cheshire Road you can find good hunting for rabbits and upland birds, as well as unlimited horsepower boating."