Copyright 2017. Friends Caring for Cowan Lake State Park. All Rights Reserved.
(All subject to change and weather permitting)
Jan 18 Full Moon Hike 8pm
Jan 19 Furs and Feet 11am-6pm
Jan 20 Native Heritage Day 12pm-4pm
Jan 26 Winter Safety Day 11am-6pm
Jan 27 Winter Hike 10am-2pm
Jan 27 Brief History of the Shawnee 2pm-3pm
Feb 10 Sweetheart Hike 2pm
April 6 Youth Trout Fishing 10am-2pm
April 13 Green Up Day 9am-2pm
April 27 Spring into Wild Flowers 12pm-4pm
May 4 Paddle Sports Races 8am-12pm
May 18 Fishing has no Boundaries (TBD)
June 15 Family Fishing Day 8am-12pm
July 27 Christmas in July Weekend
July 27 Pancake Breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus 9am-11am
Aug 3 American Lotus Festival 11am-5pm
Sept 14 Welcome to the PawPaw Patch 2pm-6pm
Sept 21 Safety Day 10am-2pm
Oct 12 Fall Fest Weekend
Oct 12 Pancake Breakfast 9am-11am
Oct 19 Fall Campout Weekend
More Events to be Announced…
Be sure to visit our Nature Center during open hours.
Looking for something to do anytime at Cowan Lake State Park?
Take a hike on any of our trails throughout Cowan Lake State Park
Enjoy our 18-Hole Disc Golf Course on South Side of the Lake and a 9-tee/3 Basket Practice Course Inside of the Campgrounds are now Open Year Around.
Cowan Lake State Nature Center
Nature Center Hours
Thurs-Sat 12pm - 5 pm
*Subject to Change*
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Cowan Lake State Park offers a peaceful setting complete with scenic inlets laden with the American Lotus water lily. Swimming, fishing, sailing, kayaking and canoeing are popular on the lake.
Meandering trails through mature woodlands complement the natural features of this scenic 1,775-acre park.