We stayed in the 500 loop last week, before the holiday. If it wasn't for the rain, it would have been a perfect stay. The camping area was maybe 25% occupied, so it was quiet. The camping spots on all of the loops are for the most part, huge compared to other campgrounds. Compared to the KOA's we were at this year, this low-cost State Park's ($21/night) sites were about 3 times larger.
We drove the full length of the park and hiked several trails. The rangers, staff and visitors keep the park well maintained. We didn't go to the pool on this trip, but it's great. Make sure to see as much as possible when you're here.
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