|Reviewed on June 19th, 2020|
|The main attraction to this park is the St. Louis River and it's unique shale rock formations. There is a neat hanging bridge over the river behind the visitor center. It's fun to go climbing on the rocks and has some beautiful scenery. The park has 50 miles of hiking trails and some incredible scenic overlook areas which provide a view of the valley and the river down below. This park is in the pinelands area and has a wonderful pine smell all throughout the park.
The campground was adequate but I wouldn't say it was overly impressive. The showers and main bathroom building are pretty old and has seen better days. The loops could have been marked better and were a little confusing at first. Sites 1, 2, 3, 39, and 41 are right on the main road and are literally 3 feet from the traffic. I wouldn't want one of those sites if you have kids. This park does not have a playground.|
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