The Sawtooth Trail is a 2.5 mile, easy trail for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. It is accessible from the trail head parking lot, the park office, and from the camping area. The trail connects to the Pigeon Run Trail and the Glenora Trail. Running north-south though the central portion of the park, the trail passes through forested areas where users may see deer, squirrels, and a variety of flora and fauna. Along the trail you may spot the remains of a well built to supply water to a steam powered sawmill erected nearby. The sawmill was one of many that moved here to harvest the abundant timber of the area once known as 'The Big Woods.'