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Stayed here at site D for two nights - the site was great, with gorgeous views of the Mississippi, tons of different birds coming by, and just enough room for our giant tent and a couple of hammocks. Even got a nice view of the milky way! The site is maybe 200 feet or so from the parking, and there are big plastic wheelbarrows you can use to haul your gear. The park had the perfect number of trails for us to tackle with our 5 and 10 year old, but not much else to do (which was fine with us). We did end up doing a short canoe trip on the Grant River which was also great. There's an agricultural museum across the way, but was closed due to covid. There were a lot of trains, but that never really bothered me - but it was noticeable if you're sensitive to that kind of thing.
Great place to go fishing,swimming and camping! We love staying here for a long weekend and taking the boat out on the water. It is a little busy though and lots of people around. Not a good place if our dog doesn't do well around other dogs. Awesome wildlife, got to see an eagle take a fish right out of the water in front of our boat!
What a gorgeous state park! From the moment you enter, you are in awe of the landscape. Trees tower above you as you drive through the park. For this particular trip, we reserved group sites A and B. They each have concrete pads for 3 campers and TONS of space to spread out and/or set up tents. Non-flush toilets in between the two sites on opposite side of the campsites. Each have electric for each pad, and there is water that can be pumped on each group site. We didn’t have group site C, but that one only had a pad for 1 camper and was a smaller area. Group sites are close to the beach and boat launch. Water was refreshing and there is a small beach area. Beautiful hiking trails, but watch out for the biting deer flies as the sun goes down! Three kids got attacked in one of the trails and had huge welts and lots of tears. May have been an isolated incident, as everyone else was ok. Overall, I would highly recommend this state park and group sites!
This campground/park is so beautiful. The campsites are all private and secluded. We really enjoyed that it was all so unspoiled, yet all the areas/paths were well cared for and clean. We brought our dogs and they had a blast too. My only complaint is about the campers who had our site before us. They pulled out of site 111 at 3:10 on Friday the 24th of July and left the site like a pigsty. The fire pit was filled to the rim with garbage; including dirty diapers and underwear filled with poop. It was disgusting. If people don’t know how to clean up after themselves, they shouldn’t camp. Stay home.
Stayed one night to ride the nearby OHV trails, some of which turned out to be not intended for off-road motorcycles (only ATVs are allowed on trails in that county).
Quite a maze of a campsite, with a lake near by. Site 147 is right at one of the entrance, so it was a little busy on that site, although there are multiple entrances.
The management was super nice and helpful. For $8 they delivered a gator-load of wood to the site, and even offered to unload and stack it. It was super heavy oak, so didn't burn that well.
No cell service, no towns nearby. But two local bars that were fairly close.