This park is off the beaten path. Had I known it was such a distance from I-10 I may have decided to stay elsewhere since we were on a time schedule to travel further west. We were only there for one night but this is a park I would come back to and stay for at least 3 nights in the summer. It is extremely well maintained. Pavement in good condition, nice pads for camping, stately pine trees throughout (but not a ton of shade). There are two camping loops that share a bathroom in the middle, which was nice and clean. We were here in the fall and it was dreary and we walked the path to the river and were impressed by the white sand beaches and could only imagine how exciting this place must be in the heat of the summer. There are nature trails running along the banks of the water, big pavilions, boardwalks, and a beautiful river with what looked like a swift little current.
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