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We stayed in a mid priced cabin in the park. When we got there we needed to clean up some mouse droppings but it is a cabin in the woods, so not too much worry. Well.....my daughter was awakened the first night by the lights...More
Been going since I was six. The park it beautiful if you love the outdoors, however the cabins are very mediocre. The mattresses in the cots are at leastb10 years old and the cots sqeek very loud when someone rolls over. Most cabins do not...More
Great big State Park for every age. We had site E 022 in Red House Loop E. Nice site and treeded.
We didn't get to enjoy much of the park as we arrived late and left early the next morning.
Nice big clean shower area.
I've been there few times. The camping is not that big, so make sure you place a reservation prior to your arrival. We are going there for the nice roads for cycling, within the park and the surrounding neighborhoods. The office, Red house is by...More
We stayed at the campground in the Red House area, Loop A, site 36, from a Monday to Thursday. The campground has a lot of good things about it. It's close to the lake, which has a swimming beach, rental rowboats, canoes, kayaks and paddle...More
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can you have a tent at your cabin site?
16 February 2016|
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Response from jwalzak | Reviewed this property |
The park rules actually state that tents are not allowed at cabin sites. While there are some cabins that are off on their own, others can be fairly close together, so I'm guessing that is why. And to prevent an unreasonable... More
The park rules actually state that tents are not allowed at cabin sites. While there are some cabins that are off on their own, others can be fairly close together, so I'm guessing that is why. And to prevent an unreasonable number of people from staying at one site. We have seen smaller tents placed on cabin porches, so that might be allowed.
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"For the campground, ask for campsite not along the main road."