|"Hey, aren't I supposed to be on a leash?"|
There is one main bathhouse with free showers that was very clean. There are also two vault toilets located in the campground. The campground is open year-round but the bathhouse with flush toilets closes November 1.
|The main bath and shower house.|
|One of the vault toilets|
The campground is set in an 868-acre urban park with miles of hiking/paved biking/equestrian trails, picnic shelters, a playground, ball fields. There is a visitor center with exhibits and an amphitheater in the campground where interpretive programs are held.
|Dr. Babler, who the park is named after. He was a prominent surgeon who worked mostly with the poor. When he died, his brother wanted to honor him and his love of the outdoors thus creating the park.|