We stayed at one of the cabins before COVID-19 hit PA and shut down all the parks. The main part of the park has a nice little lake and we saw herons during our visit. At night there was fairly decent stargazing despite its proximity to Altoona's light pollution.
There's an easy disc golf course, which was a nice little amenity.
Several interesting hiking trails and the often-photographed limestone kilns are cool to see.
The cabin itself was overall very nice, but the bathroom was surprisingly run down.
I would imagine this is a very nice park in the summer, greener months.
We come here every year for a family reunion and always rent one of the cabins. We love coming here. The park is huge and there are lots of things to do. You can go to the beach, kayak, hike, or go outside the park to explore some caves or a bat church. We will continue to come here every year!