Pedal along the paved bicycle path at Moraine State Park that runs along the shoreline of Lake Arthur. This scenic trail is 7-miles (each way) and located on the north. It is not a loop. The trail winds throughout the park’s various terrains and has several grades and curves. The trail can be accessed at Spoke House Bike Rental and many other places in the Lakeview Beach and Watts Bay Marina areas. Please exercise caution and be considerate of other riders and walkers when using this trail.
Bike Rental - Don’t want to bring your own bike? No problem! Just rent one from Spoke House Bike Rentals. They offer rentals for a variety of bikes like single, multi-gear, tag-a-longs, childrens and tandem bikes, gear and child pull behinds. They are open Friday - Sunday in April and May from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and everyday in June, July and August from 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.; weather permitting.
Moraine State Park is a great place to spot our feathered friends. Bald Eagles, herons, warblers, ducks and Osprey are among the many species that can be found throughout the park’s nearly 17,000 acres. The waterfowl observation deck is a nice sheltered area to watch bird life. The observation deck is accessible from Rt 528 near Prospect. Learn about Osprey reintroduction while appreciating the gorgeous scenery and wildlife on Preston's Pearl, an enclosed pontoon boat operated by Moraine Preservation Fund.
The Link Road Overnight Shelter on the North Country National Scenic Trail is available to backpackers by reservation only. Eleven modern cabins are available for rent year-round. These electrically heated cabins sleep six people and have two bedrooms, bathroom with shower, kitchen, dining/living area and a dock on Lake Arthur during the summer season. Renters must provide their own linens, towels, cookware and tableware. Play equipment for children is in a central area. Cabin 11 is ADA accessible. Dogs are permitted in cabins 7 and 11 for a fee.
There are two tent camping areas available for organized groups: Muskrat Cove and Five Points. These rustic camps have picnic tables, cooking grills and water, but no showers. Advance reservations are required.
An 18-hole disc golf course is in the Lakeview Day Use Area. This par 66 championship level course has spectacular views and scenery while challenging disc golfers with a strenuous but rewarding workout. The course was used as part of the 2015 and 2021 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships! Visit Lake Disc Golf Course.
Moraine State Park offers a wide variety of environmental education, interpretive and recreational programs. Through hands-on educational activities, guided walks and evening programs, participants gain appreciation, understanding and a sense of stewardship toward natural and cultural resources.
Programs are offered year-round. Teacher workshops and educational programs for students are available.
Please contact the park office or go to www.visitPAparks.com for more information.