We took our little RV to Fort Mtn mid-May. We got a spot on the trail around the lake. The camp store is too far away to walk to or even bike to if you're just a leisurely biker, but the store is great - super selection of items from cookbooks to necessities to apparel and hats, etc. The park has a small swimming area and there were two school buses there with kids using the beach, having fun. The walk around the park is a good way to look for wild flowers. Did not see any wildlife other than crows and squirrels. There are longer hikes; one connects to the lake trail, the others you need to drive to. Events include marshmallow roasts, little ranger activities, camp fire cooking demonstrations and a wagon ride to the fort trail head. We took the wagon ride and were the only participants. Very instructional ranger rode up with us and back. There was some confusion on the part of other campers/visitors about the $3/pp cost being included with park entrance or pavilion rental -- it is not. It is a separate change. Would be neat to have time to hike to the fort and wall after the wagon ride takes you there, then ride back. Facilities were well maintained with lots of hot water and good water pressure. Great park, great people running it, great campground hosts.
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