Chief Noonday Recreational Trail
- DesignationState Byway (1998)
- Length17 miles
Once the hunting grounds for native woodland Native Americans, this trail is named for an Iroquois hero in the War of 1912. The area continues to be heavily wooded and offers habitat for a variety of wildlife. Opportunities abound for camping, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, hunting, biking, horseback riding, water and cross-country skiing, berry and mushroom picking, and photography. Save time to visit the many historical sites and museums along the way.
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