Good place to go fish but beware there is a Florida side and a Alabama side so have to be have licenses for both r stick to one side of lake. There r alagators so I recommend not to swim even tho there is a swimming area
Posted Apr 15 by JohnandTheresa Bennett
We are staying here for a week. This is a smaller park however, it is great. They have lakeside parking with full hookups. ( pull through.and back in. ) tent sites also available. Bath houses to include showers and laundry on site. Just a beautiful quite park. Fishing and swimming and hiking. We would highly recommend. John and Theresa from Colorado
Posted Mar 30 by Marie Lyman
Beautiful scenery right on the lake and lots of trails to explore. Quick bike rides into town for hair cuts and shopping made this location ideal for me! Staff was very nice as well! I'd stay here again
Posted Feb 28 by Juliana McMullin
The park is beautiful, I love to visit there and I really need to go there more often. They host special events like scarecrows in the park and they also have a Fourth of July celebration with free hot dogs and watermelon, and vendors who sell other items. Live music all day, and of course fireworks. They have a lovely Campground where you can bring in a trailer or use a tent. And there's good fishing, not that I've done so myself, but I see plenty of people out there fishing and catching.
Posted Apr 14 by Brandon Whitlock
Great state park for camping! Most sites are on the water which is great. Site was full hook up which is always a plus when you're camping in an RV or travel trailer. The campground is close to nature trails that include bridges over the water for spotting wildlife with benches along the trails near the water which are nice spots to fish from as well. The only downside to this park is that all campsites are first come first serve, you are only guaranteed a site. It would be nice to check availability of certain sites and book them when available. Other than that we will definitely be back.