Sandy Point Campground

Sandy Point Campground was the most populated of all the campgrounds when we visited the state park. Lake/beach access is easy and many of the sites are directly on the water. There is a large playground for the kids, horseshoe pits, a volleyball area (byo ball & net), and an open area for throwing a football or frisbee. Though there are a lot of trees, campers told us you could definitely hear the trains at night. Bring ear plugs, because the location is worth that minor inconvenience. All of the camping is by reservation only.  Many sites have electric/water hook-ups, while some are primitive. Pit toilets and dumpsters are conveniently spaced about, and water hydrants are available. A large picnic shelter with tables, electricity, water, and an over-sized grill is also available. The holding tank dump station is located near the South Entrance of the park.