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Great park! This beautiful park has a lot to do if you’re looking to get away from the busy life. Hiking trails, fishing, canoeing paddle boating and kayaking, lake swimming, volleyball, and hoops. This park has camping and cabins.
I love this park. Dogwoods in the Spring, beautiful Fall colors, and a clean, cool lake to swim in during Summer. Nice grassy beach area with picnic tables and grills. Canoe rentals. Trails. A small store. The lake even has a floating platform to jump...More
My husband and I went tent camping for the first time. We really had a great time. Even though it had light showers the whole time we were there. Luckily it was very light and warm rain so we sat in our chairs around the...More
With advanced full hook up campsite reservations made 90 days prior to arrival for a 2-night stay, we arrived on a week day while rangers were out to lunch, so we proceeded to Big Pine Camping Area, selected site #10 along the lake and close...More
Went here in march (as Atlanta State Park was closed). Spent about 2 hours at park walking around. Did the trail that walked all the way around the lake. Walk was not hard and alot of it was in shade.
Very scenic state park with...More
I don't think there was a bad camping site in the place. Very nice swimming area. Access to paddle boats and canoes as well. Small but helpful park store. Recommend booking in advance as they fill up quick.
Bad storms were headed toward us, they drove thru the park on a loud speaker about 1130 pm reading a weather warning. I was impressed with them over that, they instructed tent campers to take cover in the restrooms, another park a few miles away...More