October 19, 2022 - reviewed by Rambling Retirees
This is a great park! We are from WA and only here for a night. Clean, quiet and so much to do. Never seen Halloween decorations at a campground. Wish we had more time to explore. Fall colors are vivid. The showers seemed updated. They are in an icebox with tepid water and no pressure. You have to keep pushing a button to keep water on. I was numb the whole time. Would rate higher if the showers had heat and hot water.
January 5, 2019 - reviewed by Michelle
Beautiful State Park
Perched on a bluff overlooking Lake Winnebago with breathing sunsets, this is by far our favorite park in the area. Especially love it in fall. Sites are well spaced, generously sized, and full of beautiful mature trees. Plenty of hiking, biking, and exploring in the caves, on the cliffs, and in the forest. An old lime kiln and Indian effigy mounds, too. So much to see and do. Park is clean and staff is friendly.