There are 25 RV spaces with water and electrical services in the campground. Due to the popularity of the park reservations for a spot at the campground are almost a necessity year round. It was fortunate we had a reservation for our stay in early December – the campground was full. Some of the walk-in camping sites are subject to flooding and may be closed from time to time so it would be advisable to contact the state park for availability.
The inky black waters of a leaf covered slough in the state park reflects the blue sky and clouds. Depending on the weather some of the trails are soggy but not impassable. According to park staff some trails are closed during periods of heavy rains and high water.
A variety of well maintained trails provide easy walks through out the park. The greatest obstacle for me was the interest the two Australian Sheppard dogs found in the squirrels seen, the sound of unseen things and the smells only a dog could appreciate – it is hard to maintain a pace with the two leashed dogs finding something of interest in almost every plant, twig, leaf, bush, tree, pine needle and everything else.