I stayed in the group site here and it was wonderful, we were along the water and there was good spots to put up tents, very clean and a neat area in general!
This was a really cool park to go to, there’s a couple historical building for those interested in history and mills. Many trails to walk on and there’s a beach area for those who like to swim. Campsites are nicely spread out and everyone is friendly.
Camping spots are pretty spread out, try to avoid going on the trails before, during or after all the snow melts otherwise it can get a little messy. Beautiful views and adventurous trails.
I came here for the day and I love the hiking trails! I could spend all day here and it’s relaxing.
The waterfall here is absolutely gorgeous and it’s a really nice area if you’re wanting to go on a hike!
Came here during the week and it was very nice. There is several things available from kayak rental to paddle boarding, there’s a nice area for families to swim at and also an area for those who want to fish. Many historical sites can be found on the area including the museum in the visitors center.
Wifi is at the visitors center, there’s almost 20 miles of trails to walk on and the scenery at night is beautiful! Sodbuster Days, Halloween in June and Christmas in July is a must. Also the historical building in the area is a cool thing to see!
I stayed in the cabins here and they were very nice! All the staff I’ve met were happy and energetic. Canoe or kayaking in the area is a must and keep your eye out for the wildlife around you in the water. The interpretive learning center is really neat also.
I love all the wildlife around the area! There was a camp host and rangers available if needed, campsite was clean, and bathrooms were cleaner than most.
If you get to the park past four make sure to pick up firewood before hand and make sure to clean up any garbage that was left behind to keep our environment clean!