This is a little hidden gem. Beautiful park with nice well kept bath houses with showers. Nice parks for the kids and ranger activities at night on the weekends. Fun little hikes and a nice beach area. Large campsites with power and water hookups. We stayed in the North campground but will try to get into the West one next time for more shade and privacy.
Park has electric and rv outlets throughout. It's located on a small river, in front of a golf course and behind a neighborhood. It has a pool open during summer, as well as showers and bathrooms. There is only one hook up for water. All and all it's a quaint little park if your rv camping. No tents allowed.
The park was nice and well marked. Had a beach and an observation tower that would be worth a visit. Trail was a bit boring without much shade and anywhere near standing water had a bad odor. Perhaps summer season had something to do with it, would visit again.
Came here during the week and it was very nice. There is several things available from kayak rental to paddle boarding, there’s a nice area for families to swim at and also an area for those who want to fish. Many historical sites can be found on the area including the museum in the visitors center.
This park is an undiscovered gem. During our visit we didn't see a single other person! The tundra prairie grass is gorgeous and unlike what you can see in most of the other parks.
The campground is perfect. We went in the non-electric side and had the place to ourselves. The electric sites do get busy and seemed to be used by families. Our site was nicely wooded for shade and there was good vegetation between sites for privacy.