Not many day users at this park, during hot summer days I'll bet it fills, up since they have a small beach.
|view from campsite #12|
Our activities were interrupted by several downpours from very active storm systems that came through on Friday and Saturday. We supplemented with movies and a trip to discover Chippewa Falls.
Campsite #12 suited us since it was very close to the mooring area and we left our boat for a chance to get back on the water when the weather cleared up. If we came back #22 would be preferred since you can see more of the water.
The south campground, with the electrical sites, was very open under a tall canopy of trees. Without plants between sites it was less private but also gave us the opportunity to meet more fellow campers. This is often one of the best parts of traveling since you meet the nicest people. Sharing stories around the campfire was a sure way to finish off our weekend. It seems most campers coming in on Sunday nights for the week are retired folks who know how to chill and enjoy parks.
Hiking was relatively flat and you could easily find access to water. The only thing we found lacking was wildlife. With all this water we were sure we would see more. Just a few critters.
|Forget Ne Nots|
|Moss in bloom|
|Baby Canada Geese|
|Eagle nest, but no eagles|
We also discovered this unusual
contraption left behind.
Any of you experienced campers have a
clue what it is for?