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This is one of the best maintained state parks I've been to in years. Stayed in the far camp loop (East?) for 4 days in a travel trailer. Sites were large and paved, mostly near level, big shade trees, had lots of surrounding grass for tents and privacy. The beach area had tons of picnic tables. They are constantly watering... 更多
A relaxing park, with great campsites, clean facilities. Spacious, family orientated, something for everyone. Fishing, boating, paddleboard, canoeing, or just swimming at the beach.
Beautiful park. Park rules were not enforced by Park Rangers. Several families of Russian immigrants were having a family reunion. The rules state eight per campsite, two cars per campsite. I reported it to park ranger Brian, he said they were aware of that but could not control people visiting other campsites. There were 3 to 5 tents in each... 更多
Super popular means lots of people. When we were there the water distribution system was contaminated with E. coli so...bottled water and no showers (didn't feel like risking it). Maybe we are getting old. Yes, not maybe. But kids and dogs are high impact. Between intermittent skirmishes among snarling dogs and toilet paper strewn across a wet muddy, poopy smelling... 更多
This state park is in two locations, both somewhat similar although the park section that is farther to the south is the original park and is much nicer than the other section which was acquired by the state about 15 years ago. It used to be a private campground and it's much more cramped. I highly recommend the more southern... 更多
Wife, dog, and I came over for 4 nights of trailer camping at Pearrygin Lake State Park. Did our reservations online and the extra $8 for this is well worth it. You know where your campsite is and your "reserved name" is on a post waiting for you. We stayed at the East Campground and after driving both sites we... 更多
With this year, the first official snow park destination, The many trails are now available for fat biking and snowshoeing. Trails well groomed with many levels available. Not good for cross country skiing because the trails are narrow. Ample parking with one portable potty.
We love Pearrygin Lake state park. It is big enough to handle a crowd but not too big. Good swimming and access to Winthrop for shopping and eating.