Seven Lakes State Park: Dickinson Trail/Nature Trail Loop
The Nature Trail Loop is misnomer as there are no interpretive plaques along it or a brochure for it. But the trail does provide campers at Sand Lake with a quick escape into the woods and is often used by walk-in anglers to reach Spring Lake with their belly boats for an afternoon of fishing.
It’s connected to the Green Trail Loop by the Dickinson Trail and the two paths make for a natural route for hikers. Beginning and ending at the Dickinson Shelter the hike would be a 1.35 mile walk past three lakes, more than enough water to keep young children interested in the outing. Just the Nature Trail Loop itself from the campground is a hike of 0.7 miles and mountain bikers are not allowed on either.
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