Grahams Island State Park has two trails for hiking or walking. One is a 1.6 mile loop that can be accessed by the Sivert Thompson activity center. The other is a .5 mile loop located on the north end of the west campground.
Trails meander through ash/oak woodlands which provide an opportunity to bird watch, photograph waterfowl and wildlife, and view 130 different plant species that are native to Grahams Island. The trails also provide a view of the Devils Lake along the south shore of Grahams Island.
There are approximately 3 miles of Cross Country Ski Trails. These trails are maintained for winter activity. The snow conditions determine availability of trails. Trails are groomed weekly in the winter and are ready to ski.
Daily entrance fees are required.