Most of these reviews have already said it. The swimming and boating lakes are gone. I spent many days here as a child in the 70's and remember the place being packed. The beach was always full of people. I had many great memories here. I visited the park yesterday July7, 2012 and it was so sad to see the huge lakes I remember dried up. With that said: the park itself is still a great place to go if you like hiking through the woods, and enjoying scenery. The price of the park is unbeatable. Five bucks get a carload up to eight people in. I personally wouldn't rent a cabin here only because there is no lake to enjoy, but if you are just wanting to get away and enjoy nature it would be great.I am posting pics of the dried up lakes and some of the nature shots I took while there yesterday. I agree with one person who posted here - it is kinda eerie looking out over the lake beds, however pictures do not do this fact justice.
- Also Known As:
- Gold Head Branch State Park Hotel Keystone Heights