This 123-acre area has about a mile of Lake Michigan shoreline, scenic wooded bluffs, grasslands and wetlands. It's a place for hiking, picknicking, wildlife viewing, and relaxing on the beach. There's no camping. Much of the Lake Michigan shoreline consists of scenic bluffs that rise 40 to 8 feet above the water level. The recreation area also includes more than 600 feet of river frontage on Fischer Creek, including the mouth of the creek.