STIC - Stockton Trails Initiative Coalition
STOCKTON STATE PARK TRAILS
Lakeview Trail - 8 miles
About 6 hours for complete trail. Orange blazes. Trail head on State Park Campground/Marina Road. This trail follows the contour of the shores of Stockton Lake and provides spectacular views of the lake. It passes through State Park beach, a good place to take a break. It joins with Umber Ridge trail and then crosses Hwy 215, where it reaches a bluff along the Big Sac arm of the land. During winter months this is a great area for viewing bald eagles and other water fowl. CHECK OUT THE ANNUAL HAULIN' BASS 8K and 15K RUN Fall 2017 call 417-276-4259
About 25 minutes one way. Red blazes. Gentle terrain that is easy to hike. The trail runs between East and West campgrounds and does not make a complete loop.
About 90 minute loop. Yellow Blazes. Natural surface and gentle terrain. Good for hiking or trail biking.
Stockton State Park Water Trail - 6.65 miles one way.
Trailheads at Stockton State Park and Hartley Cove. This trail follows the shorelines of Stockton State Park. Great kayak or canoe trail. PADDLE STOCKTON First Thursday of every month through October. State State Park Marina 417-276-4259