Great park all around, but slightly smaller than other state parks. We went in August and our group encountered almost zero mosquitoes. We stayed at the group site which is supposed to hold 50 people, but 30 is more realistic. The river was very accessible and the foliage was thick and beautiful. The park is also close to town. The staff was pleasant. The only downside was the heat/humidity, and the vocal cows early in the morning.
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