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The focal attraction of Crawford State Park is the 397 surface-acred lake. Facilities line the lake on the northern, eastern and western shores. The northern shore provides access to a day-use area with several picnic sites and a beach. Goodwin Cove day-use Area lies on the western shore of the lake and includes shore-fishing access, picnic tables, pit toilets and the Indian Fire Nature Trail. The eastern shore of Crawford Lake supports the overnight-use areas of the park. These areas include 53 modern campsites with electrical hookups, parking pads, showers, flush toilets, picnic tables, water hydrants and grills. A boat ramp, swimming area and dump station are also located on the eastern shore of Crawford Reservoir.