This is the state’s oldest state park, and visitors will find a variety of recreational and educational opportunities here. Vehicle admission stickers (required) can be obtained at the park office or self registration stations. Dogs are allowed with current license and rabies vaccinations. They may not be left unattended at campsites/cars, and they must be quiet, on no more than an 8 foot leash, and picked up after at all times. Dogs are not allowed in buildings, picnic or swim areas, marked nature trails, beaches, playgrounds, or on the cross country ski trails in winter. There is a special picnic area where pets are allowed. There are two campgrounds offering 85 campsites with picnic tables, grills, modern restrooms, showers, potable water, pit/vault toilets, showers, a playground, camp store, and a dump station. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no water hookups at the campgrounds.