Open year-round, this state park is the best choice in the area for camping. The sites are spacious and wooded, with plenty of full hookups for RVs as well as 3 comfy cabins (with kitchens) for those without gear. The tranquil park itself features 1- and 3-mile nature trails to a fun observation tower, grills, picnic tables, an outdoor pool, and a laundry, while the bathrooms are some of the cleanest you’ll find. I recommend renting the bikes ($10 for 2 hr.). On arrival, you purchase a $5 state parking pass valid for the entire stay.