I love the biking trails in this park. They range from easy-extreme. Helmets are required on these trails. I would also pack extra water. The hard ones are really hard.
If you enjoy calm water, lovely sunsets, and sitting around the quiet campfire then Little Sandy is a nice place to bring your small to mid-size RV. There are also a few sites to accommodate large buses, but those are certainly more limited. The camp host is friendly and leaved you alone. We come here several times a year for... More
...and I mean that in a good way... The only reason I would return is to see a local artist perform at Clear Bay Cafe. Other than that, it is a marina disguised as a state park. If you are a boat person, then I'm sure this is a great place. But, if you are used to REAL state parks... More
My wife, one of my grandaughters, and I, went the this state park to look for rose rocks. Before hunting for the rose rocks, we ate at the Clear Bay Cafe and we saw three deer as we were leaving the cafe. The deer seem semi-tame as they didn't dart away when we approached in our vehicle. The location that... More
I enjoyed my visit to lake Thunderbird State Park. The hiking was my favorite part of the trip. The sound of the waves on the peaceful shore was very relaxing and tranquil. The day that I went there were beautiful clouds and bright green landscape.
Didn't spend too much time here, but enjoyed a tent site one night. It was early season so we were the only ones! Beautiful little walk down to the lake in the morning. Bathrooms could use some updating, but at least they were open!
Dirty water not no ones fault, just the way it is, better than nothing. But not my first choice. Close to home, but would rather drive farther. Not fond of the area & the type it draws...
We take our RV to the full hook up sites in what used to be called Little River State Park. We love this area and try to go at least once a month all year long. Great clean, reasonably priced campsites.
I haven't been out on the trails at Lake Thunderbird in decades. They were nothing then. The family and I went for a Sunday morning hike (stroll) in the Clear Bay trails area. We took part of the Gold trail ranked expert because it is closest to the dam (we wanted to check the water level). Wow. I am so... More
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