We stayed here while making a day trip into Canada. There is a very good swimming area on the park beach. Our rate was for a non-hookup site. The sites are gravel with grass on all sides. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for a day. But with the lack of power and the heat, had a miserable time. Had to leave and go to another park with power so I could use AC in my RV. Overall this park was very crowded and noisy. Didn't have a good time at all. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Has a day use park with a designated swimming area. The lake was high when we were there, and some of the sites were flooded. The park manager was very nice, and the sites are in a field and nicely treed. You can fill with fresh water at the dump station for free. Showers cost extra. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice state park. They have a water fill and a dump station which is $5. even if camping there. Few site have some shade. There is a beach at the lake. Very busy park, mostly full every day we where there. You can run generators from 8 AM to 9 PM. Choose you site carefully, if you are between the lake and other sites you are a walkway. Like most state parks there is ample room between sites. There are no trees or bushes between sites, just grass, so no privacy. We feel its a little pricey for a no hook up state park, and you have to pay to dump. We would not stay here again, for use its to busy and noisy with to many unsupervised kids running through the sites of other campers. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.