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Grassy uplands, including rare remnants of the tallgrass prairie, terminate in rocky shoreline bluffs and woodlands. A large variety of colorful wildflowers bloom throughout the growing season, March through November. Several wildflowers are identified by signs along the roadside in selected areas. A nature guide is available that identifies some of the trees along the trail. A wide variety of trees are present, including oak, ash, elm, cedar, dogwood, cottonwood, soapberry, locust, redbud, persimmon and bois d'arc. Mammals commonly spotted in the park include armadillos, bats, beavers, coyotes, deer, foxes, minks, nutria, opossums, rabbits, raccoons, skunks and squirrels. Wintering bald eagles, pelicans, loons and other waterfowl may be observed in the area. Lake fishing offers a variety of bass, sunfish and catfish; lake fossils are on display at the park headquarters.
Posted by: TrailAPI
on April 6, 2013
Rentals and marina services are provided by a privately operated marina located in the park. Park visitors can hike and bike on scenic trails that border the lakeshore. An ATV trail offers enthusiasts a place to ride along the wooded hills of the park's backcountry (OHV permit required), Shaded campsites accommodate RV's and tents as well as screened shelters, group facilities, and a limited service cabin.
Cabins, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Fire Ring, Flush Toilet, Grill, Hookup - Electric, Hookup - Sewer, Hookup - Water, Pets OK, Picnic Table, Showers
$12-$23 per nght
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