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All we had time to do here was visit the butterfly garden and the frog pond at the end of the garden path. Our kids (ages 7 and 3) LOVED watching tadpoles swim and the frogs jump. We came back a few days later to...More
This park has two locations. One has a campground the other has day activities. The campground was clean. Spots are small and close. Truck+5th wheel is 40’; we were able to fit in spot 5. Most spots are short so check the length on the...More
My wife and I stopped by as we were driving past. The place was almost empty. We drove to the top and walked a short distance to a couple benches which offered a great view of the town and the river. Nothing else was open,...More
Great place to see a panoramic view of Bellevue!
Also some nice trails and a kids playground .
Ask locals about the “Lemon Squeezer” trail
Be careful when driving! The entrance road is steep and winding!
Bellevue State Park is broken up into two parks..... the Northerly Nelson Unit has the Butterfly Garden, South Bluff Nature Center, Picnic Shelters, Lodge, and hiking trails.
The Southern Dyas Unit has the camping sites for tents, campers, RVs, etc (electrical), as well as great...More
Tent camped, nice paved roads and nice RV and tent spots. Tent spot #41 is on a hill but surrounded by flowers and trees. Recommend reserving #42, 43 or 44.
Showers are one stall with no stinks or anything and water stays on about one...More