Main attraction is the large waterfall, but the park (and nearby National Forests) has a lot more to offer in terms of hiking, water activities, wildlife. Lots of trails, some are quite long and moderately challenging (up to 10 miles). View of the falls is accessible. Honestly I like this better than Niagara since that feels almost like Las Vegas sometimes. Everything is so beautiful and green. Visit in the fall for leaf peeping! Good wildlife, especially birding. Neat geology everywhere. I saw lots of families on horse tours. Nice visitor center though kind of touristy.
Campground itself has lots of amenities including a playground. Lovely wooded camp sites, relatively private. Nice and clean, standard amenities of a state park. There are also lodge accommodations on site. This is a bigger attraction in the area so if you're seeking solitude you might seek it elsewhere, though my campsite neighbors were courteous.
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this park! The campsites were on the smaller side, but the park and it's awesome hikes and the waterfall made up for the simple campground. The bathrooms leave something to be desired too…
was nice visit love hiking and camping and the water falls.
Good campgrounds with access to the most beautiful waterfall. "Southern Niagarra"