I think for us this park might be better in the fall. The bugs were really bad every time we were outside. There are several nice walking trails but the mosquitoes were so bad even in the day that we kept away. The site we had was nice and wooded but if we go back I would like to try and get a water site. There was a brand new kayak launch and playground by the beach area that looked nice. The beach is one of the bigger ones I have seen in a state park and it was very clean. There were signs posted everywhere to use caution with the water because they were know to have blue green algae in the water so we had to keep the dogs away from it. If the water was clear and the bugs were down I would probably rate this park higher.
We love this campground. It is less than 2 miles away from our home but great events and spaces to get our feet wet when learning new techniques.
Relax on the waters edge in shear tranquility. Perfect beach for swimming, excellent trails for hiking, and awesome lake to boat. Multiple launch ramps provide ease and convenience. Rent a canoe or kayak and head out for some time alone or with your favorite person. The cabins are heated but pets are not allowed. Campground is huge as are the sites. Some are premium, there’s a few ADA and some lakeside making for a great view to enjoy your morning coffee.
We have stayed many times. Love being so close to the lake we can fish all the time. The beach is a bit of a walk from the campground but not to far. They offer canoe rentals, and bike rentals. The park also has beautiful cabins on the lake shore.
Quiet with a spot on water for fishing