We discovered this park summer of 2018 and went back 4 times. This park is geographically in the middle of no where and squeezed in between two states (hence interstate park). Even though it’s in God’s country it’s worth the drive. It’s a quaint park with amazing and friendly staff who pride their jobs and park. It had full hookups for RVs and decent campsite for tents. Bathhouses are clean, the campground is quite and restaurant is clean. There is a small water park for families, nice trails, play grounds, shelters, basketball court, small lake and access to some of the best views in Appalachia. This truly is a hidden gem if you can get past the road to get there. But on a side note for that- they are building a new road to access the park and hopefully it’ll be done soon.
Tent camped here a few weeks ago. Been on several day trips to the park. I love the trails, the waterpark and the views. Camp site is nice, but could use some work and an update.
Beautiful, does not have wifi nor cable tv, lots of trails to hike but also have a lot of bears.
love the trails
Geocached here. If you don't Geocache, never heard of it, your in for a treat. It's like treasure hunting and you get to see some sights/facts/history you may have missed otherwise. Learned a very valuable lesson while doing so…just because the dot on the gps looks like it's right over there, the terrain may not cooperate! Namely a cliff that divided right over here from right over there! Lotta history in this park and some nice foliage, mind the squiroose