Scoggins Valley Park Amenities

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Adventure. Nature. Escape.

With five established recreation areas, and dozens of access points to the lake, Scoggins Valley Park offers something for everyone. From family-friendly hiking trails to secluded coves ideal for picnicking or fishing, recreational opportunity abounds.

What Can You Do at the Park?

- Hike, trail run, mountain bike and road cycle - the park features nearly 14 miles of trails looping around the lake! Download our trail map.

- Boat and Fish

- Picnic and BBQ

- Water Activities - seasonal rentals are available through Scoggins Valley Outfitters and you can also bring your own watercraft and swim.  Read about Water Safety before visiting.

- Observe nature - the lake is popular with bird watchers, and you can spot a variety of wildlife year-round.

Public Art and StoryWalk®

Check out our three public art pieces:

- Above and Below Mural - Eagle Point Recreation Area

- The Hagg Lake Heron - C-Ramp Recreation Area

- Hagg Lake Flock - Sain Creek Pavilion

Learn about our seasonal StoryWalk® - take a short hike while reading a beautiful picture book.

Scoggins Valley Outfitters

Get out on the water! We rent kayaks and stand-up paddle boards during our high season (Memorial Day - Labor Day), and to groups year-round. 

Disc Golf Course 

Come out to play disc golf, lake-side! Click here for details and scorecard.


Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor adventure that is happening all the time, all around the world. Even at Scoggins Valley Park! Learn more and start your adventure today.

Recreation Areas


Located near the south end of the dam, this site offers angling access, picnicking, and ADA-accessible restrooms. Elks also features a designated non-motorized watercraft launch.

Sain Creek

Nestled along a secluded cove, Sain Creek Recreation Area is home to two reservable picnic spaces. In addition, the site offers angling, flush restrooms, and trail access.


The largest and most popular of the recreation areas, C-Ramp offers a suite of amenities including concession sales, watercraft rentals, trail access, angling, and a boat ramp.

Scoggins Creek

A forested retreat tucked beside the park’s namesake creek, this recreation area features shaded picnic areas, restrooms, and wildlife viewing.

Eagle Point

Featuring a boat ramp, restrooms, trail access, and numerous picnic sites, Eagle Point is situated just 1.5 miles past the park entrance.