Some of the cart in sites are AMAZING and very secluded with rock formations . The trails are beautiful with many blooming flowers and prickly pear cactus plants . This would be a great place to try out that new rock climbing gear .
There is a DNR trout stream here with the most beautiful rainbow trout . Make sure you are fishing in open trout season and have your trout stamp on your fishing license . I was checked by the DNR while I was knees deep in mud along the banks of the creek :) There is a golf course here that is at risk of closing but thanks to friends of the park , it has remained open . It is operated on an honor system and no carts are allowed but it truly is a beautiful course . The Walk in camp
sites here are secluded that sit on top of a hill . Don't overpack as the incline is pretty steep ! The trails also have many inclines so if you are training for a future backpacking trip , a weekend here , hiking the trails would be beneficial .
There are a few car camping sites here that are fairly secluded . The campground is located on the St Croix River . The hiking trails are nice . The pothole exhibit is full of tourists but the trails deeper in the park offer more privacy .