We used to go down a day early and hike the trails to get a feel for the park layout...and see if we could spot the blinds or trails to them ...served us well.
You will be assigned your blinds, but you can request both of the blinds be close together. Be VERY careful about trimming any tree branches but I opened a tiny see thru spot in a cedar and scored where the critters would hang up behind a row of trees in my area on a rocky road bed that was the border on one side of my area...and knew there was no one hunting beyond that point.
Been a looong time since I hunted there...Back then I liked the area on the far northeast side and as far north as I could get...that may not be open any more last I heard. Lots of guys hunted in the closed tent camping areas and did well all 3 times we were there on the northwest corner of the park close to the river. We also did well around the water treatment plant just southwest of the house, east of the road about 5-600 yards and southeast of the RV Area...really close shots though except for back up the entry "lane" just south & west of the water treatment area.
STAY IN YOUR BLIND and wear your orange IN THE BLIND...and knock down ALL the non native critters possible regardless of age or sex.
GRSP is a great easy place to hunt & visit...Have Fun...and OBTW if Byron whats his name is still the SP Mgr...ask him if his georgous black & white tomcat is running around....Long Story LOLOL
Remember Aesops Fables of the "Scorpion & and the Frog's" crossing the river...
... we must hang together, or we will ALL hang seperately, Ben Franklin..
Those who fail to learn from History are doomed to repeat it,Santayana