Wonderful state park, with very clean facilities and gorgeous scenery. We love this campground! Plenty of shade and privacy in our site. The campground beach was very nice and the water in the lake was cool and clear. Canoes and kayaks are available for rental. There is a great little camp store stocked with just about anything you might need. There is a nice little nature center near the beach and the aviary is just a short drive from the campground in the day use area of the park. This campground is a big favorite of ours!
This is a beautiful state park. The campground was very nice, our section was very quiet. We had a great shady site near the bathrooms. The bathrooms were clean and spacious and best of all private with real doors that locked! I did not go over to the bathhouse with the showers but I would imagine they are similar. There is a great beach for swimming with clean, soft and fluffy sand: perfect for building sand castles! The water in the lake was crystal clear. There are paddleboats and rowboats available for rental. There is a concession stand by the beach where camping supplies are available. We will definitely camp here again.
This was a very nice campground. The sites were spread out so you didn't feel like you were right on top of others. There is a great playground and good trails. Boat rentals are available: kayaks, canoes and paddle boats. Fishing is a popular activity. No swimming, though. There were barred owls hooting all night the first night we were here and that was very neat to hear. We will camp here again.
We love this campground and have camped here several times. The sites are fairly private, wooded and spaced apart nicely. It is a beautiful area. There is a great beach and lake for swimming. There is a nature center and activities on weekends, such as movies and ice cream socials. There is a camp store on the beach area.
We really enjoyed this campground. We stayed in the Chester electric loop. Some of the sites didn't offer much privacy so we try and reserve the more private sites in that loop. The park has a nature center, playground and trails. The trail to the lighthouse is not to be missed. There is a small beach area for swimming. The water was nice and clear, but the bottom was very rocky and will hurt your feet for the first few feet out. After about 10 feet off the beach it then became sandy. There are usually activities scheduled on weekends and there is a very nice camp store.
This is a very nice campground with lots of families. There are activities for the kids, for example the weekend we were there, they had a bug hunt by the nature center in the day use area of the park. The campground has its own beach. The beach is nice and the lake water was warm. Bring an umbrella for shade because there is not much shade on the beach. The bathhouses were clean but there was no soap for hand washing so be sure to bring some in with you.Our site, #141 in the A loop was nice and shaded but the fire pit on our site was located close to the campground road. We would have preferred it to be closer to our camper and picnic table. This was probably due to a large tree that was on our site, because the other sites nearby had the fire pit located in a better spot. There was poison ivy everywhere but it was easily avoided so we had no problem with it. There was lots of wildlife to see. We saw three large owls in the trees behind our campsite, and a black rat snake in the campsite next to ours. We also spotted a black rat snake near the nature center. The kids found a salamander. There were lots of chipmunks, too. We will definitely come back.