Sail away on the clear waters of Stockton Lake. Fish, water ski, scuba dive, swim or just relax. Whatever your preference, Stockton State Park can satisfy your craving for water recreation. The Stockton area's open topography creates a dependable southwest breeze perfect for sailing. Fishermen can cast their lines for bass, crappie, walleye, catfish and bluegill. Stockton State Park's marina rents a variety of boats ranging from personal watercrafts to sail boats. The park has two launching ramps, making lake access easy. A swimming beach accommodates visitors who would rather play in the water than on it. For land dwellers, Stockton State Park is the perfect destination for photographers, bird watchers and nature lovers. All park guests can enjoy lunch at a shaded picnic table, under one of two open shelters that overlook the lake, or in the park's restaurant. After a fun-filled day of activity, visitors can relax and camp under the stars at one of the park's basic or electric campsites, or rent a camper cabin, cabin with kitchenette or duplex cabin with kitchenette. For an action-packed vacation or a quiet day sailing or fishing, Stockton State Park provides the perfect natural setting.

The map isn’t correct on this trail. My son and I hiked it yesterday 3/18/18. This is a short 1.75 mile loop that is a part of the 8 mile lake view trail at the state park. This is an easy walk on a well worn trail. What’s shown on the map is just actually part of the Lake View trail.

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Umber Ridge Trail is actually only a 1.75 mile loop that goes off of the larger 8 mile Lakeview Trail. This trail is a fairly easy trail, but make sure to wear the proper shoes as there are some rocky, uneven, and sometimes slippery terrain. I would say this trail is for a beginner who is looking for a little bit of a challenge. The trail is pretty well marked (it's the yellow/orange trail).

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