Camping with parents who are visiting from Wisconsin. Next door site occupant out foraging for wood at midnight with a blinding flashlight popping into our windows as he's scrounging around. Then had to close the windows of the RV on a beautifully cool night to try to shut out…
Really nice park area and the kayaking stream and aquifer pool are beautiful. In order to ensure that you will get in you need to get there by 8 oclock opening time. Once it fills up they shut down the entrance gate. Long lines after 7:45. I did not see any communication…
We stayed one night here and the park is beautiful. Very quiet and peaceful. Restrooms are very clean. Be a carefull because there are bears in the park. Lots of walking trails and a spring for swimming.
We come to this park at least twice a year and have camped here many times. We just visited last week and despite the crowds (middle of summer) it was still very enjoyable. We decided to rent canoes - we were a group of 6; 4 adults and 2 kids. The price is very reasonable and…
Escape the bustle of theme parks - 30 minutes and you are in this park. Its excellent. Great spring with river for swimming or canoes. Walk from here on the trails up to the small lake nearby. Superb! small food shop for drinks etc
"Double check your choice and make sure you understand which sites have sewer and which do not."
"Camp grounds are spacious, horse riding possible"
"Don't rent the tandem canoes unless you can work together as a team! :)"
"The campsites in the 30-60 group are more shaded."
"Never leave any food outside due to the visiting bears."