We had a RV, Class C, and no addl vehicle. This park is HUGE & a separate vehicle or bikes at the minimum are needed. We camped in the 100 campground and the lake was 2+ miles (one way) away.
Also, we had a pre-schooler. I felt this park was fabulous for older kids. The playground was fine (closed due to corona) was fine. But really with the amount of space, older kids and bikes would be ideal.
Walk to waterfall was fabulous. My 4 year old granddaughter struggled with super steep hill on return route. But was able to do it!
Private sites at well spaced. No water on site. There is water and dump station at the 300 campground.
Great picnic table and fabulous restrooms & showers.
This is a true gem. Amazing waterfall you can explore. Great hiking and nearby lake being restored. Great family vacation. Be careful. This place is addicting!
Great state park. All the expected amenities. Showers, electric, water. Bathrooms, sanitary dump. Hiking trails, nature center. Swimming. Picnic areas. Beautiful waterfall!!!
Fun to play in the water, go behind the waterfall and a good hike up 200 steps to view the falls from above! Beware in winter the hike down to the falls is a grueling one when icy and covered in snow.
Serene campground and gorgeous falls to hike to!
A good little campground for tents and trailers with trails nearby and some sweet waterfalls not far off. Good for those who want to explore the twin cities without staying in town.
Memorial Day 2019 with my siblings and our dog. Campsite 202 had plenty of room for an 8 person tent and 2 pickups. The overall campgrounds were spread apart enough to not feel like you were on top of your neighbors. The park was very clean no garbage or debris on the trails. Overall highly recommend. Will be back again!
wooded, private sites, no trouble getting a site midweek in October, nice hiking along the water