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Jasper State Recreation Site offers opportunities for fishing, picnicking, group picnicking, hiking, bird-watching and wildlife watching.

The park has plenty of room for games, picnics, fishing. The park features a hiking trail, playground and group picnic shelters. The reservable group shelters come complete with covered cooking facilities.

If summer is just too busy for you, consider dropping by this park in spring. Songbirds abound along the river and among the wooded patches.

Vital stats: This park requires a day-use permit which can be purchased for a small fee. Annual pass holders get in free, as do people camping in a state park that day. There are four group shelters (one holds up to 150, the other three hold 100 people each). The group shelters are reservable and a fee is charged.

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