Whether you want to take a stroll on the one-mile border trail through the wetlands to Bones Creek, play a game of soccer with friends, or have a family picnic, Lake Rim Park offers something for everyone. All facilities are open to the public on a first come, first serve basis unless they are reserved. To find out how you can reserve a picnic shelter or athletic field for your special event contact the park office. Well-behaved, furry family members are welcome to enjoy a walk around the park too, but they must be on a leash and under your control at all times.
A display depicting a tar kiln/naval stores operation and several artifacts from the Weed Lightwood Plant is located in the Visitor Center at the park. Evidence has been found that indicates Native Americans once inhabited this site. It is a popular place for walking and jogging. Ask us about nearby fishing locations.
Amenities: Picnic areas, horseshoe pits, walking trails, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, athletic fields, natural areas, a Native American themed garden, children’s playgrounds and restrooms.