Whether you are looking for history, unusual plant life or recreation, Lincoln Trail State Park has something to interest you. The wooded shoreline is beautiful any time of the year and is the perfect spot for a picnic, while two Class A campgrounds, Plainview and Lakeside, offer something for every type of camper. The docking facility includes a launching ramp and parking for boat trailers. Largemouth bass, bluegill, redear, sunfish, crappie and channel catfish abound at the lake and provide another source of enjoyment for visitors. You can enhance the pleasure of your stay at the park by taking a short walk past the boat docks and campgrounds or a longer hike that lets you experience the diversity of the site. Ice fishing and skating are allowed when weather conditions permit, and six miles of roadway around the lake are available for cross-country skiing when snow closes the roads to traffic.