Yellowstone Lake State Park
Yellowstone Lake has more than 13 miles of hiking trails. Trails may vary in difficulty. Steep climbs or descents and stairways may be encountered. Use caution when on steep bluffs or near a cliff. Stay well away from cliffs which are not protected by a barricade or barrier. Stay behind barricades and barriers where provided and watch small children closely. The main trailhead is located at the bottom of Campground Hill Road.
Blue Ridge trail (3.5 miles)
This 3.5-mile hiking trail is also open to snowmobiling. The Blue Ridge trail travels through much of the park with access to the trail at the park office, the concession building and by connections with several other trails.
Oak Grove trail (2.1 miles)
This popular hiking and ski trail begins near the boat landing. The trail offers rolling terrain with some steep hills. The western side of the loop is open to off-road bikes.
Oak Ridges trail (1.3 miles)
This hiking and ski trail has rolling terrain through oak and hickory woodlands.
Prairie loop trail (0.8 miles)
This hiking and ski trail is on rolling terrain through woodlands and prairie.
Savannah loop trail (0.6 miles)
This hiking and mountain biking trail has some steep hills through oak woodland terrain.
Shortcut trail (0.3 miles)
This short trail connects the Windy Ridge and Oak Grove trails.
Timber trail (0.8 miles)
This hiking trail is the connecting trail from the campground to the boat landing and beach area.
Wildlife loop trail (1.0 miles)
This loop trail goes past the lakeshore and wetlands on the west side of the property near the park office.
Windy Ridge trail (1.7 miles)
This hiking and mountain biking trail has rolling terrain with some steep hills. Features include ridgetop views, oak woodlands and prairies.