Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England at 978 metres (3,209 ft). Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England

Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England at 978 metres (3,209 ft). Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England

Langdale Pikes, Lake District http://www.adamburtonphotography.com/gallery/view/drystone-boundary

Langdale Pikes, Lake District http://www.adamburtonphotography.com/gallery/view/drystone-boundary

A view from the Pike Lake observation tower on Powder Hill. Kettle Moraine State Forest – Pike Lake unit Voted Most Challenging Hiking Trail 2013

A view from the Pike Lake observation tower on Powder Hill. Kettle Moraine State Forest – Pike Lake unit Voted Most Challenging Hiking Trail 2013

Pike Lake State Park

Pike Lake State Park

A. J. Casson  			Canadian, Member of The Group of Seven    	1898 - 1992  	"Pike Lake"

A. J. Casson Canadian, Member of The Group of Seven 1898 - 1992 "Pike Lake"

Kayaking is growing in popularity and with it, opportunities to take part in programs at many of our state parks.  The Pike Lake unit, for example, holds "Kayak with the Naturalist” events on the Oconomowoc River through the Loew Lake Unit.

Kayaking is growing in popularity and with it, opportunities to take part in programs at many of our state parks. The Pike Lake unit, for example, holds "Kayak with the Naturalist” events on the Oconomowoc River through the Loew Lake Unit.

Pet-Friendly Cottages are offered at the following state parks: Buck Creek, Burr Oak, Cowan Lake, Dillon, Hueston Woods, Hocking Hills, Lake Hope, Maumee Bay, Mohican, Pike Lake, Punderson, Pymatuning, Salt Fork and Shawnee

Pet-Friendly Cottages are offered at the following state parks: Buck Creek, Burr Oak, Cowan Lake, Dillon, Hueston Woods, Hocking Hills, Lake Hope, Maumee Bay, Mohican, Pike Lake, Punderson, Pymatuning, Salt Fork and Shawnee

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