If you like fishing for rainbow trout or large-mouth bass, this is your spot. The lake has shrunk considerably in the last decades, but it is still picturesque and fun to fish. The friendly ranger at the south entrance gave us a pamplet showing hiking trails and camping sites, most with hook-ups. The Pacific Crest Trail borders the east end of the park and hikers often pitch their tents in the park, A few one-room cabins are also for rent (showers and restrooms are a short walk away). If you rent a cabin, unfortunately you can’t bring your dog. Because the lake has receded, the shore line is a short hike from the camp area. It was hot when we visited in July, but you may need a jacket in the winter because the camp is over 3,000 feet. Bring your binoculars for bird watching!