We have been at this incredible state park for eight days now, and tomorrow we head for Alabama. The park had been a private campground in a prior life, so it has many perks most State Parks don't have, and at $47 a night it should. I know that doesn't sound like a lot to people who don't RV as it's much cheaper than any motel you could find; but remember...we have our own house with us. There's no pool or abundance of social activities, so it's pretty much the fee for water, sewer and electric....and location.
The sites are concrete and surrounded by mature growth, providing shade and privacy, with full hookups.
There's an abundance of birds and squirrels to entertain George and Gracie. We even had a surprise visit by a raccoon in a nearby tree.
|this lovely peony bloom had fallen off the tree near the laundry room, so I took it home to adorn my picnic table|
|this bush is outside of dining room window - privacy and a nice view...can't beat that|
We are able to connect directly to the bike trail without having to load up and transport them and there is also a route to the beach.
|There was so much rain that the bike areas were flooded, prompting this young man to try his hand at fishing.|
Actually, he's just playing along with me when I asked him to pose for this photo....what a good sport.
Since it's so easy to get around on the bikes, we've been taking them out to eat in the city nearby.
Long Live the Queen of Parks