Millersylvania State Park is an 842-acre camping park with 3,300 feet of freshwater shoreline on Deep Lake. The park, filled with trails, is abundant in old-growth cedar and fir trees. Millersylvania was constructed almost entirely by hand in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps.

Well maintained trail overall. Had to cross a flooded area at one point but worth it. Easy and family friendly.

I ran the race course for The Millersylvania 10K which is coming up in June...with a few wrong turns. The trail conditions were good. There were still a few small muddy sections but no more huge mud puddles. I had an encounter on one of the lower loops with some type of stinging nettle bush that left a welt on my leg. Not sure what it was?
After running 10K on a pretty warm day, the lake was pretty refreshing...and quite warm!

trail running
2 months ago

Very easy trails. I run here very often, and it is never crowded which is great. These trails are not challenging, but this park is very peaceful and easily accessible. Everything is starting to bloom right now too, so the trails are looking a lot more interesting.

Had a tough time finding the actual trailhead. We kept on ending up in the camp area. Nice scenery though. Easy trails.

Was an enjoyable day out, but this park is better when dryer out. Many areas were very flooded but our husky loved the water. Will need to go back maybe around May or June. Bathroom was locked, where we checked, not sure if all are.

It was too flooded by the lake to do the whole loop, but my parents, my 6 year old, and I had a great time weaving in and out of the trail options, enjoying different types of paths. We will definitely do this one again!

This is practically in my backyard and is a beautiful forest. It shows 4.5 miles but you can do a 6 mile loop too.

Has some secluded sections with several board walked areas. Path is mostly through the forest, with a bit of marshland and lake path to admire. Mostly well maintained. You should make use of the entire campsite and its amenities if you are going to justify the $10 parking fee (or Discover Pass) just for the hikes.

mountain biking
3 months ago

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trail running
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