Boiling Springs State Park Trail System
The Boiling Springs State Park Trail System includes five hiking and mountain trails of various lengths that are perfect for beginners. Both the Whitetail Trail and Spring Hill Trails are a quarter mile long, while the River Nature Trail is three quarters mile long. Both the Scout Interpretive Trail and Burma Road Hiking Trail are one and a half miles long and are the only trails used by mountain bikers.
Beginning at the northern tip of Shaul Lake, the Scout Interpretive Trail will take you through one and a half miles of the park's best flora and fauna. The Burma Road Hiking Trail, which is the same length and also intended for both hiking and biking, is located just south of Group Camp 1.
Both the Whitetail and Spring Hill Trails are located just off their respective campgrounds, which are centrally located within Boiling Springs State Park. The River Nature Trail is one of the most popular with visitors because it runs from the main park road alongside the banks of the North Canadian River and up to the Boiling Springs Well, the park's namesake.