I stopped into scenic state park for the day and hiked out to Chase Point after finding out the fire tower was all locked up. There are two large campgrounds, boat launch, swimming area and picnic spots. It was a bit later in the day, and I had forgot to put on any bug spray so I must have been extra attractive for the flies and mosquitoes. Chase Point trail starts out in a bit of a swampy area and quickly elevates to a ridge line between Coon & Sandwick lakes. The trail itself is pretty flat with drop offs to either side down to the lake. You walk out on the peninsula through old growth White Pine, Red Pine, Cedar and Birch. I was a bit disappointed to find the end of the trail closed as they try to reestablish some vegetation. I totally understand but this is kind of why you hike out to the end of a peninsula is to take in the views. This park would be a great fishing destination or perhaps for any activity on the water but I'm not sure it offered a ton of other opportunities worth the drive.
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