Friends of Lake Anita State Park is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization for the betterment and support of Lake Anita State Park. This organization is completely volunteer ran and all money raised goes directly back to programs and projects at Lake Anita State ParkPut Lake Anita State park and other Anita attractions into our Anita itinerary planning app, and watch your holiday take shape.
Lake Anita State park reviews
We were looking for a campground to spend the night close to I 80 on our way out west and this spot fit the bill. We had a lovely view of the lake and full hookups for 19$. If the campground would... more »
First the campground had lots of shade and lots of space. I like that. Anyway, we decided to go for a walk around Lake Anita. We enjoyed the trees near the lake. We saw even a rabbit. We had a... more »
Nice park. Plenty of parking. Modern port a John's. Beautiful scenery nice place for a picnic.. the only issue was there was not a lot of directions to the park once you got closer to it
Beautiful, quiet park, even on a busy 3-day weekend. Most camper spots are small, close together & little tricky to back into. We love this park!
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