Camping is decent but beware of steep drop offs from your pad. Very few have a flat area near your site. Perfect for tent camping seeing you can camp near water. Park is a little run down in areas but overall is nice. Hiking is good with interesting things to see. Canoe and kayaking on Bear Creek is always fun but rentals seem expensive. You can bring your own but they are not forthcoming with information on where to put in upstream. We found it by doing a search on internet. We have been here several times throughout the years and we always look forward to going back.
May 20, 4:18pm - reviewed by Frank Mckeny
The hiking trials are very nice. Rocky and beautiful. Some short some 3 miles. All worth walking. They have three frisbee courses that were very nice. The lake is shallow around the sights so fishing was not to good from shore, but they do have a pier. I will be back. Many of the sites are short so be careful picking your site.
February 27, 5:05pm - reviewed by Roger
We stayed one night, off season so only a few others. This is a rural SP without WiFi our phones worked but we only had one bar. The electric hookups appeared to be recently replaced. Water pressure was great and the bath house was decent. The scenery is nice and all sites have their own lake access with picknick tables and grills. Most pads do have steeper drop offs as mentioned in the other review. Lots of hiking trails and other things to do
July 29, 2:16pm - reviewed by Mike
We go here every year for a family reunion. The park has great scenery on its extensive trail system. The cabins are old and need some work. The rv sites are concrete but most have steep drops right where the concrete stops. The lake is old and we found a spot where you can hear water draining. This is probably due to the geology of the area being rocky and not able to hold water.