This is the first park I have visited with bikes for rent in such a manner. It looks pretty convient.
I found this bike service stop near Bright Lake.
I found 2 playgrounds. This one is near Little Creek Campground is named the Robert H Storz Family Children"s Recreation Area. It has slides, swings, monkey bars, a basketball court, a softball field, picnic tables and benches.
The second one is near the water park and is a larger playground without the softball and basketball facilities.
Livers Family Memorial Shelter is a fair sized group shelter for group picnics.
There is a picnic area near the entrance to Little Creek Campground that extends down near Bright Lake and the Marina.
A walking path winds through the picnic area.
Looking across to the golf driving range.
One of the small group shelters.
There is a restroom handy.
Parking for the picnic area.
The restrooms in Little Creek Campground.
Parking in front.
Lavs with hand driers...
In the Little Creek Campground restroom I found this laundry room. Hmm, I like the Pepsi machine, I'm sure I would like a Pepsi while I did my laundry.
The washers and driers are coin operated. I did not notice a coin changer so one would probably want to come with extra quarters but you may find the store at the marina could help you out or direct you elsewhere. I know there is at least one bank in Ashland which is just north of the park.
The restrooms in Lakeside Campground looks the same and has showers however I did not notice if it also had a laundry room.
Extra parking here too.
At the far end of Lakeside Campground there is a smaller restroom without showers.
When you enter from Highway 66 and pass the booth at the entrance turn right toward Little Creek Campground. Shortly on the right you will see the RV dumping station.
the dump station
and fresh water filling station...
There will be at least one host available. I found one in each campground at the time of my visit.
I found trash cans scattered about the park.