The platform-type sites are built around the slopes of Center Hill Lake and are equipped with a table,
grill, water, fire rings and electrical hookups. Tents requiring tent pegs are asked to use large nails to
secure them to the deck.
Wildlife is abundant and includes three different owl species, numerous hawks and wintering bald
eagles as well as the rare Cerulean Warbler, a summer resident of the park’s mixed hardwood forests,
which include stands of Tulip Poplar, Oak, Hickory, Buckeye and Wild Cherry. An observation tower at the
Visitor Center offers a spectacular view of Center Hill Lake and the surrounding hillsides.
A very good friend of mine from work, Colby took us for a spin on his boat The Silver Lining. He just
happen to be putting his boat back in the water for the season when I was camping there. It was a great
day and everyone came home a little 'redder' then they started.