This is a nice state park for camping for a weekend. Access to the lake is very convenient and they rent boats. We drove down to the beach from the campsite because it is a lenghty and hilly walk. The water is very clean and the beach front has a nice lawn where you can spread out blankets and get under some tree shade. We ventured out for a hike but the trail was not in the best of shape and appeared to be an old logging path. It was fine for an hour and a half excursion with children. Do some homework on the area trails before you come if you plan on hiking because there was not much in the way of maps. I am sure there were other trails in the area but we didn't have time to venture out too far with the kids. I would strongly recommend Area A, instead of B/C if you have small children on bikes. Those areas abut extremely steep terrain that would require you to keep a very close eye on them if they tend to wander. Overall, it's a nice campground.
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