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Very calm and serene. This is a great place for family of all ages. There is fishing, boating,camping, hiking trails a bog walk and swimming. Plenty of picnic areas and a log cabin friendly store. Great ice cream and good food. There is plenty of...More
What could of turned into a disaster-est weekend turn into such a pleasant experience thanks to the DCNR staff. As soon as we got to the camp ground and was half set up, we locked the keys in the truck along with the spare keys,...More
The campsite is on the top of Rattlesnake Hill in the state forest. The way to the top is a winding steep climb, and at times this will challenge your driving skill if you are towing something of size. When you leave you will have...More
We stayed in a rustic cabin for one night and the only regret we have is that we didn't have time to stay longer! We ate breakfast outside with the company of beavers, stunning butterflies, chipmunks and hummingbirds. It's possible to fish but a lot...More
There is so much to do here. Hiking, biking, fishing (provided you have the proper state issued license), cross country skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, bird watching, star gazing, hunting, camping, etc. There are camping areas, rv sites and cabins to rent. In the...More
I really enjoyed this park as a child and young adult. The campground has been greatly improved since our last camping adventures 25 years ago. The bathhouses are modern and are really cleaned on a regular basis. (You almost don't know you are camping.) The...More
Beautiful park, lake, and trails. I did an 8 mile hike with Michelle (Environmental Educator at Black Mos.) She was AWESOME! It was a very fun and informative hike. I did not kayak the lake (yet) but there were many people out enjoying that activity....More