This is a great place to unplug from everyday life as cell service is limited and there is no available WiFi. Use this as an opportunity to explore the picturesque scenery that surrounds every trail and campsite, whether you are staying in one of the 3 cabins, an RV with full plugins and accommodations (dump station, 20 and 30 Amp electric, water, and a fire-pit - be sure to check the current fire-ban before visiting), or a tent. If you are an equestrian, there are two campsites nestled next to horse stalls that you can rent. You can ride your horse on most trails, just be sure to take a map so you know where you are! The terrain varies between mountain plains and rocky, so if your horse has soft feet, shoes are advised.
You are welcome to bring your doggo along for the trip as long as you are not staying in a cabin (pups aren't allowed in or around cabins). There is plenty of natural shade in the area for both you and your canine friend. Be sure to bring doggie bags to clean up after your pup and keep the park clean for others.
The summer months are the busiest for the State Park; however, the beautiful aspen trees in the fall make for a photographer's sanctuary! A gift shop, laundry facility, and playgrounds help enhance your comfort during the duration of your stay. Come bike, hike, camp, snowshoe, view wildlife, and horseback ride in this 4.8 star rated State Park and Camp Site!