This is one of the first four state parks built by the CCC in the thirty's. All sites had cement slabs, some are vertically challenged as they are steep. Lots and lots of trees around, however in the site we were in, I had a clear southern sky and was able to use my Veu Qube. The washroom showers are old but fairly clean. They have washers and dryers with them: kind of sorry looking but worked well. There is a brand new play ground and a beach with swimming allowed. It also has a skating rink for the kids. The fishing was good. If you want a quiet place to kick back and relax, this is the place for you. We will return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All sites are concrete and most are level. One pull-thru. Heavily wooded, quiet, and 8 miles from town. Each site has a BBQ and picnic table. Little to do aside from enjoying nature. Fishing close by. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very windy road, uphill, to enter park. No office sign, has a rundown ranger residence (broken furniture in front and no railings on poor man's porch). No answer at door even though a car is parked outside and screen door locked from inside. Lack of signs to enter park properly. Most sites back in and VERY UN-LEVEL Nice woodsy setting with 2 sites good for satellite. Hot water "temporarily not working". Laundry consists of 1 washer and dryer and they are filthy. Bathhouse is nasty too. Our Wi-Fi and cell phones worked OK (VERIZON). Only 28 standard campsites. We camped here in a Motorhome.