We camped at one of the electric sites (#13, in the tree-lined loop, very pretty) and then went to the pioneer village inside the park the next day. This was our second time camping at this park. The sites are large - a lot of parks have very cramped electric sites, but these are quite large and have trees in between the sites so you have some privacy, too. Being a week after labor day, the park was not very busy at all. My only complaint about the campsite is that the bathrooms were pretty nasty, both the men's and women's. They are normal, plumbing bathrooms with showers and toilets and sinks (and liquid soap, which some campgrounds don't provide), but the floors were filthy and the showers were full of bugs.
We visited the pioneer village the next day and were very surprised by how nice it was! There are multiple buildings to visit and some had interpreters working to tell us more. The grist mill was the highlight of the trip for most of us - every hour on the hour they turn it on, and it's really something! The water is very loud, the mill is large and you can see how they ground corn 200 years ago. The mill building also contains two extra floors of artifacts. We really enjoyed the very well maintained flower and herb gardens, too.
The pool and cave were both closed after labor day, so if you plan to see those attractions, go earlier in the summer.
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