The Lake Ann Pathway is divided into two main loops. To the east of Reynolds Rd, the 1.8 miles of trail gently loops around the state forest campground and along the shore of Lake Ann. The larger loop to the west of Reynolds Rd is more strenuous and includes a a few smaller loops that take you by Mary's Lake, Shavenaugh Lake, and the Platte River. This loop is more often used by mountain bikers and cross country skiers.
For information about the Lake Ann State Forest Campground, please visit the DNR website