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Parvins State Park has been in my life since a child. Many happy memories of hiking, swimming, and bbq. The trails are usually in pretty good shape. Lots of wildlife if you keep your eyes open. Fishing canoeing kayaking biking it’s all there! But please...More
I’ve lived near the park for more than forty years. It’s a beautiful place to visit. I’ve hiked the trails, kayaked the lake, taken my children and grandchildren for picnics there and love to go birding in the park. Rustic cabins and lots of campsites....More
Swimming: It is just $2 a person to get into Parvin Lake swimming area. The area private lakes are seven to ten times that. This year there are no concessions. The bathrooms/showers were not cleaned during the day. The lake swimming section was very small,...More
We did a nice long weekend at a camp sight here. The place is very nice. Very picturesque. The lake is fantastic. Camping was good. The lone bath/rest room in our area (Jagger's Point) was in great need of a major sand blasting. The shower...More
It is unfortunate when one comes home from a church picnic so furious I can not see straight, but this has happened. After a beautiful service, we settled down for the picnic. There were 30-35 worshipers present. A Park Ranger came, and demanded the receipt...More
Visit this place often. It is well run, maintained and patrolled. Mostly spent time in the camping ares, but spent time at the beach years ago and more recently hiked there. Many good times with good people who are often ready for a healthy conversation....More
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Yes, Parvin park has some paved bike trails very popular with families. They are in the center of the park. Best to park on Fishermen Landing and enter nearby.There are also unpaved trails like 5K around the lake trail. Once... More
Yes, Parvin park has some paved bike trails very popular with families. They are in the center of the park. Best to park on Fishermen Landing and enter nearby.There are also unpaved trails like 5K around the lake trail. Once or twice a year they paint the roots there (!) orange for 5k runners "not to trip". The maps are displayed in several places in the park and on information boards. You can also obtain a map in the park headquarters at the beach entrance on Almond road.