Cook Forest is a perfect place to relax. I enjoy it year round! Hiking and canoeing in the summer. Cross-country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter! Get out in nature and clear your head!
Cook Forest is the best place to go to recharge.I love hiking htru the woods, or paddling down the river.Its great foe a picnic too. You are surrounded by nature.
Cook forest is a really enjoyable place to visit, the dense forest can take away the sunlight and make you slow down to appreciate the forest. Cell service is sketchy here, which is a benefit as it helps you to enjoy the surroundings. Lots of hiking, camping, and river activities to be found.
If you love, or even just kinda like the outdoors, this is the place for you. Hunt, fish, hike, canoe, or just leaf peep! Lots of summer activities for the children such as go karts, horse back riding and bumper boats. If you have a couple days, take the just over 2 hr drive straight out rt.28! You won't be... 更多
Cook Forest is a wild and beautiful setting. I recommend that you stop at the Visitor Center for maps of the trails before you begin hiking. There is no clear signage directing you to the Visitor Center. It's easy to drive right past it. If you are driving north to Cook Forest on 36, as soon as you cross the... 更多
Enjoyed the hike up through the old growth forest. Everything covered in moss and green ferns. Amazing to see that a storm in August of 1956 blew down 60% of the large trees. Thanks to the individuals who thought to preserve this ares.
45 years ago, we used to consider the Cooks Forest area to be our "family secret". Well not so much anymore, as this wonderful forested area has definitely been discovered by many others. There is now the miniature golf, go cart play land just down the street. But, despite the increased traffic and occasional crowds on weekends in the summer... 更多