We hiked Sakatah Lake State Park on July 14th, 2022.
Our hiking adventure began early on a Thursday morning. The sun was brightly shining and the birds were singing. We started our hike on the Sumac Trail.
The Sumac Trail led us to the Oak Tree Trail.
We crossed over a little creek. It appeared to be more of a puddle than a creek though.
Briefly, we hiked the Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail. We found a small frog on the paved trail. To keep it safe, we moved it to the side of the trail so it wasn’t squished by the many bikers that passed by.
The Wahpekute Trail allowed us to hike alongside Sakatah Lake.
We could tell we were the first people of the day to hike the trail. Hundreds (ok maybe not that many but it felt like it) of thin single strand spider webs crossed the trail which made for an itchy hike.
Looping back onto the Oak Tree Trail we found several beautiful mushrooms.
Our hiking adventure was 3.3 miles.