We camped here in our 21 foot travel trailer with 4 small children. We choose site #28 for it's nice big grass field. The site was very level with no shade. The park is quiet and has nice surroundings. We live close but still enjoyed "getting away". The Regional Park has two playgrounds, 3 fishing lakes and a swim lake. (The swim lake was not open during our stay). We enjoyed walking on the trails, watching fisherman and seeing some small animals. We were not ever approached by a park ranger at any point. The regional park does have some cons.. 1) Guests must pay $8 weekdays and $10 on weekends to visit your campsite. 2) Paying for a campsite does NOT include entrance or discount to the swim park $5 per person (had it been open) 3) Paying for a campsite also does NOT waive the $8 per person to fish. So if you are planning on fishing or swimming plan carefully, for the cost of the activities. Overall good experience. The bathrooms were clean but not fancy. Be sure to enter the park during park hours, we were hassled when coming back after 5:00pm.
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