Hartman Creek has over 10 miles of hiking trails through 1400 acres of land. The trails cover a wide variety of terrain and environments, from along the shoreline of two of the lakes to tall pine forests, old apple orchards, and oak forests. You’re sure to find the trail that’s what you’re looking for!
The Dike Hiking Trail is a 1 mile mostly flat circle trail around the shoreline of Hartman Lake.
Windfeldt Trail System
Located on the southern side of the park going through oak forests, prairie, and an old orchard. This trail also leads to the highest point in the park.
A one mile hike circling Allen Lake, with several hills and views of the lake.
The most extensive trail system in the park, combining a total of 4.8 miles through the deciduous and moderately hilly western part.
A loop trail crossing Rural Rd and circling through a pine forest, with views through the woods of Pope and Marl Lakes.
Trail through towering pines down to an aquamarine-colored lake.
Part of the 1200-mile Ice Age Trail goes through the park, following the glacier’s edge from the last ice age.
More Natural Areas and Trails to explore near Hartman Creek