This is a state park so you will either need to buy a state park pass or a day pass. Also if you wish to camp, BOOK EARLY. It fills up very very quickly, especially the electric campsites. We stayed in the Ice Age campground which was very shaded which was nice on a hot day. There are other campsite areas without any shade so it helps to check out the map of the campsites before booking.
Bathrooms were ok. The pit toilets near us were fairly full and smelled really bad. The flush toilets/shower area was ok. The showers were a little annoying because there was nowhere to really set your clothes while you shower.
The hiking trails were great and the whole park just beautiful. Bring good walking shoes, sunscreen and bug spray.
- Also Known As:
- Devils Lake State Park Hotel