We came to hike, camp, and do a bit of trail riding. There are plenty of trails to hike. When you check in when you first pull in, you have to make a reservation and they’ll put you in your own camping spot and give you a map! They have dishing, canoeing, showers, a dining hall, everything! If you’re going on a weekend I’d call ahead and reserve your spot since they say they get packed, but we came last minute on a Thursday afternoon and got a good spot! The only downside was tent camping. It was good at first, but there are plenty of coyotes. They howl all night long and one of them got too close to our tent so we packed up and left. I’d recommend renting out a cabin they have there. Their fees are on their website!