|Daily||$34.00 - $42.00|
This is, by far, the most popular state park in the state. As a result, it's crowded during the summer months. It has great access to the beach as well as historical sites. Facilities are clean and reliable. Well worth the stay!
Bring your bike if you have one! This place is going to be a regular for us (4 hrs away). Sites all seem to have good separation and there are bushes in between a lot of them. Very level, no blocks needed for me. Very wooded so our awning didn't come out till it rained a bit on us. You can bike everywhere! Bike to the lake, Bike to the shipwreck, Bike to the hiking trails, Bike to the showers, Bike through all the loops of the park, literally everywhere has a bike other to it. The paths are paved, prolly 8 feet wide, and level a lot of times. We paid 32 dollars a night for full hookups. Fire pits in every site as far as I could tell. All the locals outside the park sell firewood so you pay a fair price, but not too much. Bring mosquito spray! Bathrooms were clean and there was one for a big loop but they were never crowded. Lots of families here, and a lot of pets, dog walking. Park rangers everywhere and they were all very friendly and answered all of my stupid questions with a smile! I can't think of one negative about this park at all. We will be back here!
I only stayed one night but could certainly go back. Large park with a lot to offer. Didn't get code to try wifi, no cable but had a few Ota channels to choose from. Very quiet at night in loop M.