My husband, my 89yr old mom and myself spent 4 days camping at Trap Pond State Park. My mom was amazed at how tall and how densely the trees grew. We were in the B loop which others avoid since it is near the playground. We really enjoyed it there though. The kids played during the day and were quiet as soon as (or even before) quiet time started. We enjoyed canoeing the pond and seeing the "knees" up close. We lived in Louisiana for 3 years and this was very reminiscent of that area. It was surprising to see it so far up north. On the "main" side of the park is the interpretive center staffed with a man who is very knowledgeable about the area and very friendly. In fact all the staff we encountered were very nice. They even have bikes near the camp office they will loan out for free (donation suggested for upkeep) for a one hour trip. We camped in a travel trailer and we'll be back for sure. By the way the restrooms were clean - something we always check when we camp somewhere.
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