Water: Water has been turned off for the 2016 and 2017 Spring camping season. In the off-season, water is available at the hydrant near the flagpole. Water will be available mid-April through mid-October.
Drinking Water: Drinking water is available year-round in the Visitor Center.
Bathroom Facilities: Flush toilet facilities are available year-round at the visitor center. Vault toilets in the park are available for use year-round.
Showers: Shower buildings have been shut down for the 2016 -Spring 2017 camping season. Showers will be available mid-April through mid-October.
Dump Station: Dump station will remain open but water will not available during off season. Water will be available mid-April through mid-October.
Campgrounds: Camping is available year-round. Beginning in May 2016, you will be able to make a same-day reservation at many locations, and reserve every campsite at every state park and recreation area. The group center is available year-round, and often is reserved one year in advance of your stay. Winter camping sites are electric.
Electric Sites: The park has 47 electric sites.
Winter, spring and fall hours may vary. Office is generally open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
7 days a week, 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
Trail Notes: The park has 10 miles of hiking trails. During the winter, you may snowshoe or cross country ski anywhere in the park, however we will not be grooming ski trails at this park. Snowshoe rental is available at the Visitor Center.
Season Rentals: No summer rentals available. In winter, snowshoes can be rented for $6/day. Ask at park office.
Naturalist Programs and Park Tours: Programs available year-round.