The park is divided into three sections and getting around the park is not very big rig friendly in some places. Eldy had to back up our rig and then pull forward going around a corner at one point, but once you pick a site that's big enough for your rig, there are few problems getting into most sites. There is a limited number of 50 amp sites and quite a mix of full hookups and partial hookups. It's like camping in a state park...you can smell the pines quite strongly, and when the winds blow, you can hear the wind whistling through the trees. The mosquitoes are bad, but bearable with bug spray....guess they had a really wet late spring, so the skeeters are out in full force.
|beautiful family lodge|
See you tomorrow.....IF the clubhouse wi-fi holds up...the air card doesn't work at our site so we are dependent on the wi-fi working here in the park at the clubhouse. So far, so good!
|Mama duck was VERY observant of her brood at the small lake here in the park while I took photos...she looks proud of them, I think!|