Perry State Park is located in the southwest portion of Perry Reservoir , four miles north of highway 24 on Highway 237. The park features a sand beach, five shower buildings, two boat ramps, picnic areas, and trails for horseback riding, mountain biking, and hiking. There are four utility campgrounds, totaling 102 sites with electricity and water hookups, and seven primitive campgrounds with over 200 sites. All of our campsites are first come, first serve. Perry State Park offers 22 miles of biking and hiking trails in the Delaware Area, and 25 miles of equestrian trails in the Jefferson Point Area. Our cabins opened on April 3rd for the 2010 camping season. Reservations for 2010 can be made on-line on our website or by calling the park office. The cabins will close for the year at the end of October. You can make reservations for our cabins one year in advance.

felt like its primarily for bikes not very hiker friendly..

A friend and I did 6.8 miles on the trails on Saturday 6/10/17. We did the Skyline and Great White and Wild West trails. The trails were all in great shape and fairly easy as far as terrain goes. We will definitely be back many times as we were very pleased with everything.

After spending about 30 minutes looking for trailheads, we found one by the boat launch area. The trail has not yet been maintained this year. We went out for a long day hike and had to turn around due to high grass and ticks. Thunder Ridge Trail is a viable alternative, but is a much shorter loop and was not the challenge that we were looking for. We left quite disappointed.

For a moment I did not feel like I was in Kansas it took me about a hour at a steady pace to finish it start to finish!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

It was fun. Definitely need to watch your step as you could fall on a loose rock or trip over roots, branches. Looking forward to hitting the other trails.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Attended my first Dirty Girl Adventure on Perry Lake Trails. Day One equaled about 17 miles and Day Two was roughly 15-16. We hiked our hearts out. I found it to be challenging with several rocks throughout the trail. Nice inclines and downhill parts proved to be difficult. Beautiful views of the lake, sailboats, driftwood, berries, hedge balls, a snake, 3 deer, fall foliage, bridges, creeks, & cliff ledge type trails by the water. Pretty well marked. Loved it!

Friday, October 21, 2016

Monday, July 18, 2016

I enjoy this state park, they are easy trails but enjoyable on a Sunday afternoon

Monday, March 07, 2016

I was very happy to find this network of nice trails with lots of loop options for hiking. They are all well-marked with signs at the head of each trail that even includes a brief description of the trail including distance, whether it's a loop, and how technical it is for mountain bikers. Being a warm Sunday in March, there were quite a few mountain bikers and hikers in the parking lot, but the trails didn't seem crowded at all because there are so many loop options to choose from. There is a $5 day pass fee. Self-pay station at the trail head of the Blue Trail (Skyline). Many other loops branch off from the Blue

Sunday, August 16, 2015