HONEY CREEK STATE PARK
Honey Creek provides access to Grand Lake for fishing and boating. Facilities include 30/50 amp RV sites, 150 primitive sites, paved interior roads and RV sites, lighted boat ramp, picnic areas and two covered group shelters, outdoor grills, comfort stations with showers, dump station, a playground, swimming pool (open from Memorial Day to start of school), a courtesy boat dock for loading and unloading, courtesy fishing dock, and fish cleaning station.
The park was established to preserve a unique ecosystem and provide recreational opportunities. It spans 38 acres of land with various wildlife species and diverse vegetation.
The area's history dates back thousands of years when Native American tribes inhabited it. European settlers arrived later, adding their own layer to its rich cultural heritage.
In 1972, the state acquired this piece of land for public use as part of an initiative by Governor David Hall's administration.
Since then, it has been developed into a popular destination offering camping facilities along with hiking trails that wind through picturesque landscapes.
It is also known for fishing due to Honey Creek running through it which attracts anglers from all over the region.
Visitors can explore historical sites within its boundaries while enjoying outdoor activities like bird watching or picnicking under towering trees.