Holy cow! Gorgeous! So much water it's like being on the ocean. This place is also a national wildlife refuge, so there are critters everywhere. The camp spots are normal with full hookups, there's quite a lot of shade at points during the day. RV spots are close to water and walking paths. The paths go all over this place, you could walk all day and barely take the same one twice. Huge park areas with rock retention walls that have stairs built in. Huge trees, mossy areas, birds, raccoons, owls, deer, it's amazing. Bathrooms are decent but there's a lot of tent and day spots that use them. We will definitely be back though. There's so much to see and watch. And the water is perfect for paddle boarding, kayaking, boating, fishing, playing... It's nice. Can't say that enough, full 5 stars and then some.
April 19, 2017 - reviewed by Carolyn Edwards
This is a pretty park but the website is very misleading. We were here on April 19 and electricity is ALL you get. All bathrooms,showers, water to pump station is shut off.