The meadows, woodlots and still waters of 2384 acre Sycamore State Park offer an oasis of natural features in the midst of expansive farmland and the perfect setting for horseback riding. Huge sycamore trees along Wolf Creek, part of this second-generation forest give the park its name. Six trails, totaling 21 miles wind through these woodlands and wooded savannas on natural surfaces with some gently rolling hills and shallow creek crossings. The trailhead is a large shaded grassy area with primitive campsites, tie posts (bring your own high line rope), water and restrooms.
Trails are maintained by Montgomery County Chapter OHC. Visit our chapter page under “Find Chapter” to learn more about special events we hold at Sycamore and other activities that may interest you.