We took our toddlers here twice. I would not pay for a day pass. It is really only worth it if you want to camp as there wasn't that much to too or see. There was a burn ban, but most people were hacking off pieces of trees and burning anyways, which I found disappointing. But there was a lot of space for our kids to run. We can back for Easter camping and had an egg hunt, that was fun. The campsites were very clean and most of the property is mowed. Its isn't very dark there, as there is some plant or facility on the other side of the lake. The bathrooms were dirty and needed serious scrubbing, but the water was hot and the toilets flushed, so it was fine with some shower shoes. It is on our way home to OKC from West Texas, so we will definitely stay again, but probably not for more than one night.
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