|Lots of room in the Olympic size pool for my boys to play|
|My son took this, and you can juuuust see|
the Pollywog Pond in the background
If swimming really isn't your thing, most state parks offer hiking (some on paved trails which are handicap accessible), guided programs and lots of other stuff to do. There is usually a nominal parking fee ($3 is what we paid today), and if you're hiking or picnicking, that's all you pay. Swimming and some activities have other fees, but it's incredibly reasonable.
|See you soon at a state park!|