Be sure to stop by the Visitor Center, a historic building that houses the park office and welcome desk as well as a games room.
Lake Tangipahoa is the park's main attraction. This 490-acre freshwater lake is ideal for waterskiing, boating, and fishing, and as such, has a marina and boat launch. There is also a fish cleaning station and a restroom near the boat launch. Anglers might catch crappie, bluegill, Florida bass, or and redear sunfish.
Make the most of this asset of the park, which offers a shaded picnic area, barbecue grills available on a first-come, first-served basis, and four picnic pavilions that can be reserved in advance. There is also a swimming pool, five lighted tennis courts, and a playground with swings, a slide, and climbing structures. An open field is great for ad-hoc sports.