March 18, 2019 - reviewed by Kyle
Park offers a wide range of activities. Staff is helpful and camp host was very friendly. Paved campsite roads were a hit with my kids and their bikes. The playground needs improved and camp shower facilities left much to desire. Overall we had a great time, but wish some of the facilities were tended to with a little more TLC.
August 19, 2018 - reviewed by Daniel
Ok, first things first.
DO. NOT. CAMP. NEAR. THE. PLAYGROUND.
Now that we have that covered, it's a typical state park. Very clean, many many trails. The beach was fantastic, especially in the morning. Yes, the playground was unspeakably noisy until 10pm or later. Regardless, the staff were very pleasant, and our sites (200,202) were pretty level. I would return in the fall when the colors change.
July 28, 2018 - reviewed by James Hoover
Park is very well taken care of and set up well, it has many sites but most are packed together with only half shade. A little to much commercialised and not as much woods. When we go camping we like full shade with fewer people to have dogs yelping half the night.
July 23, 2017 - reviewed by Day
Great State Park
Camped on a busy July weekend. Campground was packed but super quiet at night. Plenty to do here! Beach was perfect for little kids. Not too deep. Camp store was small but had all the necessities. Inmates in yellow jumpsuits cleaning grounds unsupervised was my only concern. Family had a great time. Would come back!
July 17, 2017 - reviewed by Campy McCampface
Solid State Park
Not going to get cable tv and a red carpet here but if you want trails galore, several lakes plus kayak, canoe rental this is the place for you. Good fishing (panfishing was great) lots of area to explore but due to only having electric and no water on site, the restrooms can be a bit dirty at times. Took awhile to level camper as well as some spots aren't even close to being level. Best to stay at least 3-4 nights to see it all.
April 27, 2017 - reviewed by Liz Ingram
Wooded campground with over 400 sites. Most are gravel and not level, but the handicap sites are paved and close to the restroom and showers. Electric at most, but not water at sites. A $9 entrance fee was required just to get in the park and then about $30 per night camping fee. There's lots to do here, like canoe and kayak rentals, miles of hiking trails, and the lakes are connected, so you could paddle from one to another. You'll get you money's worth if you stay for several nights and take advantage of all the that is here.