The hiking club trail is awesome! Beautiful way to spend the day.
We stayed at Maplewood State Park mid-July. We actually stayed in one of the 3 camper cabins and loved it! They have electricity, heat, ceiling fans and a private dock on Beers Lake. There is a vault toilet & water spicket nearby. Each cabin has its own fire pit and picnic table area. It felt very private although the cabins are rather near to each other. We checked out the campgrounds and they had spacious sites, some more private than others. It had a family friendly feel and was obviously a favorite spot for fisherman and water recreation enthusiasts. I wish we could have spent more time in the 9200 acre park. There is a swimming beach & picnic area that allows you to have campfires, as well as a nice shower house. The ranger was helpful regarding my questions about the lake and potentially renting a cabin for ice fishing this winter. At sunset, sitting by the lake, it was beautiful- nothing but songbirds and the call of loons to listen to.
The campsites are reasonable and private. But if you're not in the main loop you'll be walking for half a mile round trip.
Very nice camp site
This was such a great campground. The state park is absolutely gorgeous and the camp sites are no different. The sites with electrical hook up are less private, but it’s a family camping site so it’s very friendly. The sites without any hookups are more private and secluded, great for tent camping. There are lots of walking trails as some fishing spots as well. We absolutely loved it here and will definitely be back!
This is absolutely my favorite campground in the area. The park is stunning on horseback in the fall time. Whether hiking or riding this park hasn't been a disappointment yet! The campground is well dispersed and each spot has a little privacy of its own (for the tents.) The equine is considered a little closer but there is plenty of space for each person and their trailer.
Very clean. We were alone in mid September.
Visit in the fall.
Lots of maple tree's red,orange colors in fall.
For our first time camping with a two year old and two dogs, the Knoll Loop campground at Maplewood State Park offered pleanty of privacy as well as access to some great hiking. Although our campground didn't have shower facilities, they were conveniently close at the next campground. We enjoyed the views while hiking along Beers Lake and eventually ventured over to South Lida for some swimming. I'm not sure if it was the whole lake or just that particular part but the water quality was surprisingly poor and it smelled a bit foul. Nonetheless, we had a great time and would recommend!