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Cedars of Lebanon State Park


Disc Golf Course

Cedars of Lebanon disc golf course is one of the first courses in the State. It was designed with help from the "Father of Disc Golf," Ed Headrick, in 1977. It is an 18-hole short course landscaped through cedar woods with limestone karst topography. The throws are short but technical. The course stays busy year round and is used frequently by local disc golfers.


Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the forests and glades. Hiking trails are open year-round.

There are four trails in the park from which visitors frequently enjoy glimpses of fox, deer, squirrel, rabbits, and turkey throughout the park. Each trail is blazed with a rectangular colored blaze-mark located on trees along the trail. Please note the color of the blaze-mark for the trail that you hike. Remember to stay on the trail for your own safety. Trail maps are available in the park office.

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The pool is open seasonally. Admission is $5 per person ages two and older. Admission is half price for campers and cabin guests. The Olympic-sized pool is 12 feet deep with a diving board and a smaller two foot wading pool for children. 

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Birds seen or heard in or near glades include Prairie Warbler, Yellow-breasted Chat, and Chuck-Will’s-Widow, as well as other typical mid-south field and forest dwellers. View printable Birding at Cedars of Lebanon and Nearby Sites flyer (pdf).

Horseback Riding

Cedars of Lebanon State Park offers 12.5 miles of marked trails for horseback riding. You can also explore hundreds of miles of forestry fire trails in the joining State Forest. A current negative Coggins is required for all horses entering the park. Horses should be unloaded near the riding stables. Please note: the riding stable at Cedars is closed indefinitely, but visitors may still bring their own horse.