Saw all the reviews on this campsite and decided to come. Park is nice lots of open grass areas for kids to run around. The beach area was ok, the water didnt look to nice to swim in. It was very dark and swampy like probably because all the surrounding trees. We came late in August So not alot of campers was very quiet at night. We stayed in one of the cabins was very nice had 2 rooms that sleep 6. Back room had 2 sets of bunk beds. The front bed was a full. Cabins had electricity so might be go to bring a fan to keep cool. Bed cushions/mattress are very hard but after placing a few blankets on top it wasn't so bad. Bathrooms were clean but alot of spiders but something you would expect. It has only 1 shower in the woman's and men's bathroom not very private. We had a few skunk and raccoon visits so best to make sure food is inside. We did the hiking trail which was awesome. Trail is on the moderate level with steep hills and Rocky terrains. Its about 7 miles and we completed it with a group of 4 people took about 4 hours. A bit confusing with all the different color markers. A few signs says the trail was relocated so we ended up hitting a few dead ends. Overall stay was really good we will be returning next summer.
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