Little lake that is normally flat as glass. Campground is cut into a valley where a creek runs through and into the lake. You can walk/hike all over and completely around the lake from the campground. Rental canoes and kayaks are available at the camp store. Lake has a nice boat ramp. Pretty much much all campsites have shade and electric. Only a few with full hookups. Being retired military I get up early to enjoy coffee and watch nature come alive while the sun comes up. Everyone slept in until about 0845 this Saturday morning. This place is quiet and peaceful.
September 12, 2018 - reviewed by Kim
Been here 3 times. Not a bad little park if you stay away during the holidays, then its like a three ring circus. They do have a very nice lake, small but nice. As of last time we were there, they upgraded one of the 2 primitive restrooms to a combination shower/toilet room. But only 2 to the building. There is no store so make sure you have everything you need before going. Wellston is just a few minutes away so if you need something bad, you can always drive into town.
October 18, 2017 - reviewed by Adam Richards
Personally one of my favorite state parks. It is fairly small, so no big crowds and fairly quiet. Has many trails to hike and playground for kids. And the park has a unique history of being an early 1900's amusement park. (All of which was there before the lake.)