What to know
The park has 20 fully equipped cabins, including one two-bedroom cabin with a patio overlooking the water and private access to the lake from its own fishing pier.
There are also many native stone and wood buildings on-site. The history of these structures dates back to the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in the 1930s.
The park offers 70 campsites (47 Class AAA and 23 Class B), six primitive tent sites, one Rent-A-Camp, and one Rent-A-Yurt. Many of these sites are on the lakeshore.
Park interpreters offer hikes, lake tours, and programs year-round. Guided horseback rides are offered seasonally.
Make Your Reservation
Visitor Center / Gift Shop:
Open all year, 8am - 5pm
With the following exceptions:
May 1 - May 27: Fri & Sat. 8am - 8pm
May 28 - Sept. 2: 8am - 8pm
Sept. 3 - Sept. 30: Fri. & Sat. 8am - 8pm
Jan. 1 - Mar. 15: Closed
Mar. 16 - May 20: 8am - 5pm (Closed Wed. & Thurs.)
May 21 - Sept. 4: 7am - 8pm
Sept. 5 - Oct. 31: 8am - 5pm (Closed Wed. & Thurs.)
Nov. 1 - Dec. 31: Closed
May 26 - Sept. 4: 1pm - 4pm
Trail Horse Rides:
Memorial Day - Labor Day: 10am - 4pm