Having visited the site over the course of several years it is staggering to report how far this State Park has fallen. The reality is that upon entering the park you should see a caution, or dangerous, or hazard sign posted. Once moderately maintained footpaths have now nearly eroded over time. Wooden platforms over muddy segments are uneven and frequently missing, or have loose planks. Trees (presumable from storms or dead from disease and rot) are fallen and laying all over the place. Occasionally some of the larger trees are severed, which will allow for transit, but nothing is cleaned up. Ugly, messy, insect infested - this is not worth a visit or the out-of-the-way drive!
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