Atop the unique landform of rolling hills called Crowley's Ridge, this park on the shore of 335-acre Lake Frierson is a peaceful place to relax and enjoy the year-round fishing for bream, catfish, crappie, and bass. The park's natural beauty is enhanced each spring when the wild dogwoods throughout the park bloom. Park facilities include campsites [four Class C with water and electric hookups, and three Class D (no hookups)] with tables and grills, restrooms, picnic sites, an enclosed climate-controlled pavilion, playground, self-guided trail, launch ramp, barrier-free fishing pier, and visitor center with interpretive exhibits. The park also offers rental fishing boats, kayaks, and pedal boats.

1 month ago

This trail is an easy stroll through the woods. It’s a little anticlimactic with the trail end at a gate by the highway, but still enjoyable. We did spot a few of the wildlife posted on the sign at the trailhead. There were a few points we weren’t sure which direction the trail went because of the fallen leaves, but were able to follow the orange and pink trail markers. If you’re looking for a flat, easy trail to walk through the woods, this one will be great!

6 months ago

A nice hike through the woods. There are plans to finish the boundary trail around the lake but for now this one is hike in and back out.