Amenities include blazed hiking trails featuring informational podiums, several common area rock and timber pavilions near misty waterfalls, and pristine streams for picnics and resting, and a series of man-made, spring-fed rock ponds in a shaded forest cove setting, stocked with Brown, Rainbow and Brook Trout for feeding and watching.

On the highest point of the mountain, a large stone pavilion awaits hikers and all those who want the awe-inspiring view of the Appalachian Mountains from the top.