This state park offers you rustic camping that ranges from walk-up tent sites to primitive cabins (sans running water and electricity). They have very few campsites with any electric or water, but they suggest you call about these spots well in advance if that's what you'd like to book. There are no flushing toilets and there certainly are no spots to shower.
This park is open seasonally, from May to September, and is not available in the winter for camping. You are welcome to reserve a spot at this campground, use firewood in designated fire rings, and camp with your pup in the backcountry in the winter months.
You and your dog are welcome to stay at the park together, but the campground requires that your pup be leashed at all times on the campground. If you plan to bring a sled dog, note that he or she must be tied within 100 feet of your cabin. If you and your pup plan to explore the backcountry, your doggo is not required to be on a leash, however, we suggest always keeping your pup under strict control in order to best protect you, your dog, and the wildlife. Your pup's messes must be cleaned up at all times, no matter where you are in the park.