Oakwood Lakes State Park, 11 mi. n.w. off US 14, encompasses two historic sites on 300 acres of scenic woodland. A restored 1869 cabin, built by the area's first settler, stands on its original foundation. Other interesting features include the Breastworks Cabin and Native American burial mounds. The .7-mile self-guiding Tetonkaha Trail winds through a wooded area that was once an island. Hiking, biking and horseback-riding trails are available as well as a horse performance/practice arena.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.