Trap Pond State Park
Camping at Trap Pond has been my favorite place to enjoy the outdoors. Although is has been many years since I have camped, I have a renewed desire to organize my camp gear and head out..., until I read some of the new rules on campfire wood. As I understand, you cannot collect dead wood in the park(??), bring fire wood into the park, and it must be purchased locally or a the camp ground. Have you priced$$ firewood?$$ Camp site prices have gone up, now we have to purchase firewood. Out of state veterans have to pay premium fishing licence fees. All total, too expensive to camp. To me camping is about being out of doors, fishing and relaxing around a campfire. Anyone else who is on a fixed retirement income feel this way? If the high prices don't concern you, then Trap pond is a most beautiful park with the best campsites.
Had a wonderful first time experience at the park today. The trails are very well marked and it appears that the park would be a huge attraction for campers. There's lots to do recreationally from boating, sports, crafts and dining pavilions.
Another one of the First states treasures, this state park offers camping, canoeing, bicycle and walking paths abound. The cypress trees are worth the trip alone.
VERY BEAUTIFUL scenery, camping, and all around beautiful area. Quiet, friendly environment, some nice walking trails, and a clean environment. My husband and I live full time in our camper so we needed a more extended stay option, but unfortunately this park has a limit of only 14 nights at a time, then they make you leave for 7 days before you can return. Wish that wasn't policy - doesn't really make sense to me. But we were able to enjoy about a week here. Would recommend, especially in the fall - you have to see this beauty to believe it!
This was the nicest State Park Campground we have visited so far & it's only about an hour from the beach. Sites were large, neat, free of tree roots & had a lighted post for easy visibility to maneuver into your site after dark. The camp hosts stopped to talk to you & organized different events. We were invited to their vintage weekend each year with our unit. The recreational area is beautiful with boat rentals, picnicking, bike/walk & horse trails, baseball fields, horseshoes, pavilions, etc. We will be going back to this one!
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