With over 800 acres of park land, Callahan is primarily used for hiking, horseback riding and walking. Callahan offers acres of open fields and ponds, along with 7 miles of marked trails and a dog park.
This 2,660-acre forest offers a mix of nature and history. Explore some of the historic structures built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, a program that provided employment during the Great Depression, located here. Visitors can also hike, cross-country ski, and more.