With 900 acres of forestland filled with eastern red cedars, this state park has a unique setting for a campground. Limestone is visible in specific areas called cedar glades, and you can see very rare plant species growing around the rock slabs. The forest was originally named by early settlers who thought that the trees looked like cedars in the Mediterranean region.
Playgrounds and ball fields ensure that your children will have a good time at this park. Disc golf is a great pastime for the older kids, and for your little ones, a wading pool is available. The Olympic-size swimming pool is equipped with diving boards.
“…you’ll find plenty of spaces with water and electricity as well as grills and fire pits. If you’re new to camping and aren’t quite ready to venture far out from the city, this park is close enough to town that you can make a quick trip to the store without it being a major inconvenience…” – Ryan, Google Review