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Our first time here, and it was during peak season. The park is very pet friendly, which for me, means dogs barking constantly. Grounds were clean, staff was nice. Spots were of varied sizes. There's a large number if yurts here, which is why we...More
Boat ramp and dock, hiking trail, picnic benches, fishing pier, STEP fish hatchery, small sandy beach, playground, lots of wildflowers and insects, nearby campgrounds, and clean restrooms! It's a state park but doesn't charge a Day Use fee! VERY photogenic area. Great for kayaking, paddleboarding,...More
Checked this park out for kayaking and it looks great. Big lake, Eel Lake, with a boat ramp at the park. The park has fish ladder and trap so when the salmon are spawning they can capture the eggs used at the hatchery.
I love this park! The day use area is spacious with playground, picnic tables & firepits, swimming area, fishing docks, boat ramp. Clean! Campsites are spacious & bath/showers are really clean. Hiking trails around the lake are gorgeous. Staff and hosts are personable and helpful....More
I have been camping here since I could walk, so many good memories. Campground is always clean and they are very good at keeping everyone quiet after 10 PM. Big lake to swim in and a playground for the kids. This is a must even...More
Stayed in a yurt for two nights in late October, two adults, a toddler and a small dog. The yurt was an adequate size for our group, but wouldn't be big enough for many more, maybe an additional child. The heater kept us cozy during...More
Oh, wow, they've made some improvements since our last visit! New paved walkways, new tables with cement slabs underneath, and a sandy beach area.
It was relaxing. We went towards the end of afternoon, and took a bubble wand. The bubbles floated lazily above Eel...More