Among the many geological wonders of this state, this park is home to the only diamond producing area that is open to the public and what visitors find-they get to keep, regardless of the value. There are also miles of wooded trails, a seasonal waterpark, educational opportunities, and historic buildings/artifacts. Dogs are allowed throughout the park and in the campground,,, they are not permitted in buildings, in public swim areas, or to be left unattended. Dogs must be leashed and under the immediate control of their owner at all times. The camp area offers 59 sites, a modern bathhouse with hot showers, a laundry, and a dump station. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.