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We arrived in our 38 foot class A and had no issues getting into our site. Once we set up, it felt like we had a private spot in the woods all to ourselves. We biked into Moose Lake one day, major bike trails are...More
Overflowing dumpster right across from camping sights number 1 & 2 was incredibly stinky. The overwhelming rotten, disgusting smell wafted across the road right into our screen windows. Smell was present every day except Monday when the dumpster is emptied. Could easily been located.
I would have rated this state park higher, but I was disappointed upon seeing the overflowing dumpsters at the beach and campground areas, the lack of hand soap and toilet paper in the restrooms, and the limited hours that the park office was open to...More
The park is very nice and well maintained. The bathroom facilities are relatively new and cleaned each day.
Majority of the campsites are within 100 feet of water and or some kind of bathroom facility.
Previous reviews have mentioned that the campsites are set too...More
We were bicycle camping and stayed one night. Showers, etc were okay, but there was no one at the camp entrance, so we had a difficult time finding our tent site. Scenic park with nice trails, but we found the tent sites a little too...More
Loved this lake. Has walking biking trails around it. It is not crowded whish I found very pleasing! I did not find any boat rental places on it but that could be just me? My favorite part was just sitting along the edge of the...More
Park sites seemed a bit small but nicely secluded with trees which made a peaceful stay.
Showers and restrooms were very nice and were kept clean.
Park Ranger and host (Joy) were nice.
Small swimming beach with sand. Perfect for very young children.