This was our first time so I had no idea what to expect. It's a pretty big park with trails, fields and a playground. You can't even see the swimming hole until you pay the fee to get in, it's like $8 per adult, $4 per kid (the park itself is free). We arrived at noon and were told we couldn't go to the swim hole until 2:30 b/c they were at capacity already (they opened at 10). Sure it was a bit inconvenient, but the swim hole is pretty small so I can see why they put a limit on the number of people who can come in. We grabbed some lunch and came back right before 2 and waited at the entrance to the swim hole to get in at 2:30. Once we were in, it was beautiful! There's a nice flat grassy area where you could set up your towels or picnic blanket. A good mix of sun & shade on the grassy area. There are a few picnic tables as well. The water is definitely cool and refreshing and the tree swings were a ton of fun. Definitely wear some water shoes though!
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