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This is a beautiful state park, and the campground is well maintained and off the beaten path, so you only hear the sounds of the forest. For the kids, there are opportunities to bike, canoe, hike, climb the tall fire tower, view wildlife- but there...More
Great area, spent a weekend reliving trips here from thirty years ago...strange how it seems nothing has really changed. Just good old fashioned camping and family time. Great trails and plenty of other stuff to keep you busy.
We went to Cooks Forest this weekend and spent hours hiking among the old growth white pine and hemlock- trees 200-350 years old whose tops you can’t see from the trail. Walking through these primeval forests gives one a sense of tranquility and an appreciation...More
My better half went for a walk through the trails of cooks forest as well as seeing the view from the fire tower. It was a wonderful walk through the woods listening to the sounds of nature as well as the beauty
We were only in Cook Forest for two days - during off season - and one of them we holed up in our cabin due to weather, but the day we did get out was beautiful! We hiked to the fire tower from the main...More