The park is situated on a 17-acre lake and offers camping, boating, fishing, and numerous other activities year-round. Visitors can stay in one of three rustic cabins, pitch a tent and rough it, or use one of the 65 campsites with electric service (of which six are pull-through sites). A dump station, showers, hydrants, and pit toilets are available. The lake is stocked with bluegill, bass, and catfish. Enjoy a hike along the trail or you can rent a canoe or paddleboat.
Camping facilities are also available for equestrian campers. Horses are permitted on the trails.