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Have been camping here for years. Now retired, get reservations the weekend before and stay during the week. Have electrical hookup down by the lake. Taken some hikes around the like. Has nice bike trails and plenty of shoreline for fishing.
This was our second visit to Pine Lake State Park. It was just as wonderful as the first! We booked online ahead of time, so they had our reservation info posted on the campsite post. It's nice not having to check in, you just go...More
Over the fourth of July weekend we rented a campsite. It was full, but we had a great corner spot so had lots of room.
We had plenty of room for our van and screen house, plus the fire grill and picnic table that were...More
This park is overall a nice park. We stayed there for the first time over Labor Day weekend. Lots of trails and great fishing spots, however the swimming are isn't worth bothering with. I also would suggest looking at your spot ahead of time to...More
I stayed at a cabin at Pine Lake State Park with my husband and 3 young children (ages 5, 4, and 2 1/2). We rented Cabin #1 for 2 nights over a weekend. The cabin was perfect for us. We had one small bedroom with...More
I live just 7 miles from Pine Lake State Park and have driven through the area thousands of times as well as used their facilities. There is an upper and lower lake with easy boat access, cabins to rent, beach and campground. Great place for...More
Campground is pretty clean, two (man made) lakes "Upper Pine Lake" and "Lower Pine Lake" I think upper is 101 acres, and lower is about 98 acres, if I remember correctly.
No powered boats are allowed on either lake.
Not a whole lot to do...More