The Stonedam Island Conservation Area encompasses 112 acres of the island, with 2.7 miles of undeveloped shoreline, acquired by LRCT in 1982 to protect one of the most significant undeveloped island parcels on the Lake. Stonedam is a perfect place for a peaceful walk on a network of trails leading to points of interest all over the island, including one of the highest points on the Lake with a view of Copple Crown in clear weather. Docking for power boats is available at a dock on the northeast shore of the island. The island can also be accessed by paddle craft. A network of trails, which are signed and blazed, extends from the dock to points of interest elsewhere on the island, one of the highest in the lake. The loop around the island is 1.5 miles long.