Lakeshore Trail is a 2.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Liberty, Indiana that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and birding and is best used from January until January.
This trail is a moderately rated trail that has hills and valleys and a view of the lake much of the time. This trail winds along one side of the lake. There are several good viewing areas of the lake along the way. The trail ends at a wooden observation deck at the bottom of a number of stairs.
Nice hike along the western lakeshore. Would say this is an Easy + difficulty rating. It appears you may be able to continue around the north tip of the lake by taking a left before the stairs to the observation deck. We did this hike while the trees were still bare but it must be much more beautiful once everything is in bloom.
Just a tip...the trail entrance is a wide, mowed path that heads north from the center of the parking lot. Take the path off to the right once on the mowed path. Going straight takes you to the latrines.
An easy walker. Slightly overgrown with vegetation in a few areas. I was slightly disappointed in the overlook. The view is obstructed by trees and brush; overall a nice trail.
Another nice hike at Whitewater Memorial State Park. 57 steps at the observation deck at the end of the trail. Trail head is at the Nature Preserve parking lot.
We hiked this trail last fall. We liked the variety of trees and lake views throughout the hike. We camped in the family cabins and did this one early in the day. There is a small loop at the beginning, so we went on one part of the loop going and came out another just to see the entire trail.