- Phone 2:
- Number of Sites:
- 26 sites
Each of the 26 family campsites contains a picnic table, fire ring, and tent pad. Two sites also have lean-to shelters and charcoal grills. Vault toilets and pressurized water are available. The kids will enjoy the small playground with its log cabin, sandbox, and other attractions. There's lots of open area, too. Campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis only, no reservations.
- Total Sites:
- 26 sites
Hearts Content National Scenic Area, a lovely, old growth, remnant timber stand, is located next to the picnic area. Here stand 300 to 400 year old white pine, hemlock, and beech. Hearts Content Scenic Interpretive Trail winds about one mile through this timber stand and returns to the picnic area. All facilities in the day use area are universally accessible to people with disabilities.
Hickory Creek Wilderness is adjacent to the campground. This 8,663-acre area is replete with solitude, serenity, and wildlife; no motorized equipment of any kind is permitted. A 11-mile loop hiking trail weaves its way through the rolling terrain, climbing in and out of the valleys.
Civilian Conservation Corps workers (CCC) constructed the campground, picnic area, and pavilion in 1936. An exhibit of a hand-hewn log is adjacent to the picnic area.