The Turtle Island Trail is a 1.3 mile, moderate difficulty trail that is accessible from the Opossum Trot Trail, Striper Cove Trail and from a small trail head parking lot. This interpretive loop trail passes through pine forest with some moderate changes in elevation. The trail crosses a bridge to the aptly named Turtle Island, a small island that was once the top of a hill before the lake was formed. The interpretive signs on the trail describe the surrounding ecosystem as well as the abundant flora and fauna found within the park. A small bird blind for wildlife observation is located nearby. This trail has several terraced steps that may prove difficult for those trying to go uphill on bicycles.