We recently spent 3 nights (May 6-9) at Devils Fork State Park for a family reunion. What a wonderful park.
We rented some of the villa's, which were very clean, cozy, and comfortable. A small playground entertained the kids for hours. We rented a pontoon boat for cruising on the lake, which was a blast. The dock in the cove for the state park wasn't inplace yet (not the one at the boat ramp, but the floating dock), so it was hard to beach the boat and load bunches of people in the 40+ sized group for lake trips. I'm not sure if that dock is installed later in teh season or not.
The staff was friendly, and no one seemed to mind the family convening around a camplight in the circle infront of our cabins, talking into the late hours.
Although we didn't get to do much hiking, the trails looked great, with tons of waterfalls to visit. I look forward to vising Devils Fork again, to take in all it has to offer.
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