Hoeft State Park is located just north of Rogers City in Presque Isle County. It is a heavily wooded park with a mile of sandy, Lake Huron shoreline and 4.5 miles of trails which run through gently rolling, mixed hardwood/conifer forest as well as the Lake Huron shoreline. Trails are used for cross country skiing in the winter, but they are not groomed. A 10-foot wide paved non-motorized trail starts in the day use area and connects at the park entrance to the Huron Sunrise Trail. It stretches to Rogers City riding along the beach next to Lake Huron and ends at Calcite Limestone Quarry, the world's largest open pit limestone mine. This trail also connects to Herman Vogler Conservation Area which includes seven miles of hiking and biking trails.