The park offers day-use and camping facilities; hiking; wildlife watching; horseback riding; mountain-biking; boating on a no-wake lake (120 surface acres, 30 feet when full); fishing; lake swimming; a scenic drive; bat viewing and other guided tours (contact the park for reservations); and seasonal concessions offering horse rentals. Almost 90 miles of multiuse trails range from the very difficult in rugged terrain to trails with less than 3 percent grade. About 25 miles of the trails include cliffs and drop-offs, with steep climbs and descents that are recommended only for the experienced equestrian and mountain bike riders.
There are 13 trails in all (some still under construction), including six along the Trailway, which are each approximately 10 miles long, with parking lots at each trailhead.
Water is usually available for animals along the trails, and some potable water is available at selected sites; but it is highly recommended that personal water is carried for each adventurer. The development of the trails changes on a daily basis.