Back then when Finger Lakes State Park wasn’t a recreational place, it had been a mine for the Peabody Coal Company. In conjunction with the agreement with the mining company and state and federal representatives, when mining operations were discontinued, it was reclaimed and repurposed into what is now called Finger Lakes State Park.
Located just 10 miles north of downtown, It was known for a wide variety of outdoor activities that you can’t find in other places in the state. Tourists and visitors can enjoy all-terrain vehicle trails and lake sports. In Addition to unlimited off-road trails and motocross tracks, since it has water outlets, water activities like swimming, fishing, and scuba diving are also present here.