Wow! What a great state park! This unique pine barrens ecology is full of birds and squirrels; smells like pine, and the camping spaces are flat and sandy and partly shaded. There are miles and miles of beautiful trails for biking, paved and unpaved, as well as equestrian trails and campsites. The bike paths are often pine-needle covered, and are mostly flat with some gentle rises. Some spectacular parts of the trails are lined with pines on both sides with a view of one of the ponds in the distance. There is nothing like biking to a pond for a dip! There are several ponds with designated swim areas. Great for kids. Campers spoke of being serenaded (and kept awake) by a whippoorwhil, who sang his heart out all night, but moved around the forest so at least his calls got distant at times. During the day I identified an Eastern Towhee, a bird I had never seen or heard before. Really want to bring my 12-year-old son back here for more biking.