This park has a group picnic site just off the eastern parking lot. It consists of 10 picnic tables in a large circle. They are on cement pads which, in turn, are on gravel. There is a central fire ring and also a tap. The area is away from the beach, shaded by trees and backed by thick shrubs.
This park has a wonderful day-use and picnic area, with some 90 picnic tables and 500 m of fine sand beach, that is very popular with area residents. There are five adjoining parking lots for 200 cars separated by irrigated lawn and large shade trees to keep most vehicles from getting to hot while parked. There is a separate parking area for trailers and RVs.
A 30 m walk along paved access leads from the parking area to the cement changehouse and toilet building, as well as a concession and then the beach. A paved path parallels the beach to the west of the building for roughly 150 m. It accesses the beach and a strip of picnic tables. The tables on the beach are set on cement pads as well as the tables on the lawn are shaded by trees. Some of the tables have BBQ attachments and there are two fire rings.
The beach is very popular with boaters and a large section of it has been designated for their use: from roughly 100 m along the path to the western end of the beach is for boaters only. There are picnic tables, two fire rings and a volleyball net in this area. Ski boats are reminded to enter and exit the beach in a clockwise direction. No anchors within 100 m of the beach due to the water intake pipe; boats can beach.