An historic flood in the early 90’s uncovered ancient bedrock and fossils that visitors can now see close up here. It is a major recreation destination for numerous land and water activities. Dogs are allowed for no additional fee,,, they must be well behaved, on no more than a 6 foot leash, and picked up after at all times. The park offers 3 separate camp areas with more than 500 sites. They may have all or some of the following: picnic tables, grills, modern restrooms/showers, a playground, disc golf, a boat launch, fish cleaning station, potable water, swim areas, interpretive/hiking trails, and dump stations. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground.