The both of you are welcome to enjoy this 10-acre park that features 23 RV camping sites, picnic areas, toilets, water, dump stations, shower stations, and even a sod-roofed cabin that hosts the Delta Historical Society with artifacts dating from 1900-1950. You and your pup can hike, fish, picnic, check out the gift shop, kayak, and explore to your hearts' content.
If you and your doggo are hoping to check out a place to view wildlife up-close, there's a boardwalk behind the campsites that lines the river, giving you the perfect chance to spot a moose, bear, or mountain lion! Just be cautious, please.
There are a few doggo rules you and your pooch will need to abide by, though. Your pup is welcome to join you in the state park and to camp so long as you keep he or she tied up on a leash at all times. You're never allowed to leave your doggo unattended.
If you're choosing to explore the backcountry with your dog, you're welcome to let them roam unleashed so long as they're under voice command. This is less about order and more about safety, as bears, moose, and other dangerous wildlife roam the backcountry, and a misbehaving dog that can't listen could put both you, and the wildlife, in serious danger.
If you plan to bring your pup, you're required to clean up after them, no matter where you are! All sled dogs need to be tied at least within 100 feet of a cabin, as well.