We had deer come through our camp site every morning and evening
Our campsite was large, clean, and quiet with picnic table, BBQ pit, and fire ring
We got there about noon Thanksgiving day and set up camp. The Norther blew through that night and we woke up to 36° temps and fog that soon burned off.
Part of one of the many hike and bike trails.
Some pics of the lake with fog
We took the Ultimate 14.5 with us. The wife hadn't been in a kayak for over 2 years now due to a wreck caused by a female talking on a cell phone as she ran a red light. She put on her back brace and I helped her in and out of the kayak. She had to take her babies, I mean dogs along for the ride.
You can see some of the shelters they rent. Some with water, some with water and electric, some also have A/C. All were on or near the water. The campgrounds also has play grounds for the kids.
One item we can't do without on our camping trips is our Coleman stove. The little propane bottles seem to last forever. We finally emptied one after four camping trips and used it for making coffee, cooking, boiling water to wash dishes, etc. This is a must have item. On Friday night we ate wild caught salmon that we brought back from last year's Alaska trip.
On Saturday night we ate fried catfish and trout fillets.
A pic of one of the trails through the woods. This is a neat place if you're into hiking.
This place is also a kayak paddler's dream. Can't wait to go back.
We ended each day sitting in front of a fire drinking hot coffee and solving the world's problems. In bed by 9 and fall asleep listing to the leaves falling on the camper's canvas and the armadillos crawling through the brush behind us, wake up at daybreak ready to start the day.