A series of boat lanes meander through timber, marshes, and oxbow cutoffs making Millwood Lake a "tree-filled" fishing haven. Famous for bass tournaments, this 29,260-acre lake abounds in largemouth, catfish and crappie. Spring and fall offer anglers great crappie fishing here, and catfish and bream fishing in summer. Bird watching is another popular activity here because of the lake's variety of year-round inhabitants, and wintering eagles. Park facilities include 115 campsites (two Class AA, 110 Class B, and three Primitive) and one Rent-An-RV, picnic sites, a standard pavilion, self-guided nature trail, and bicycle trail.

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1 month ago

The park itself is somewhat in disrepair due to the 2015 flood. Trail is well marked with white blazes on trees. Can't get lost on this peninsula. Quiet with good views of the water. Take wate & camera, spray down with bug spray, walk quietly to see birds, turtles, frogs and more. Easy walk.

2 months ago

2 months ago

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2 months ago

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3 months ago

This was a nice trail. I hiked it with my 11 year old son. I liked that it has stops with benches about every half mile. Some areas of the trail were covered with water, but it was easy to get around it. Enjoyable.

hiking
6 months ago

Hiked this trail back in April when it was flooded. Was still able to do a hike but was not on the trail the majority of the time. Saw a bunch of snakes, if I remember correctly 4 different kinds. I THINK one was poisonous, but so hard to identify some of them as they look so similar. The other 3 were non-venomous. I guess there were so many because they were either displaced by the flooding, or all the water drew them out. So that was cool except worrying about stepping on one somewhere. Think it might have been a nice trail with the benches and stuff I saw around.

hiking
6 months ago

Hiked this trail back in April when it was flooded. Was still able to do a hike but was not on the trail the majority of the time. Saw a bunch of snakes, if I remember correctly 4 different kinds. I THINK one was poisonous, but so hard to identify some of them as they look so similar. The other 3 were non-venomous. I guess there were so many because they were either displaced by the flooding, or all the water drew them out. So that was cool except worrying about stepping on one somewhere. Think it might have been a nice trail with the benches and stuff I saw around.

hiking
8 months ago

9 months ago

Nice hike around the water with some sightings of beautiful water birds.

hiking
9 months ago

very peaceful, came across several deer, also a place to sit and relax by the water and watch the alligator.

hiking
Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Very beautiful scenery and relaxing walk. This would make a great biking trail!

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hiking
Sunday, May 10, 2015

I went to this trail this spring, and it was totally flooded. After Alligator Cove (about a mile in) the trail was completely engulfed by the lake. Still a beautiful park, and the shorter trail was really lovely!

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Took my two boys (3 1/2 & 22 months) out for a getaway. Easy trail for the kids, and still fun for me. Lots of birds, and the kids had a ball.