Today was a gorgeous day, and we simply relaxed at the campground. We got some more work done with emails and upcoming event planning, and Linda ran to town to the post office.
In the afternoon, we rode our bikes, sat outside, and watched all the campers roll in for the weekend. That in itself can be quite entertaining. :)
Later, I got the grill out and Linda grilled a couple of Hogfish filets from our fishing excusions in Key Largo this past February. Very tasty.
After dinner I rode around and took a few pictures.
This is a shot from the boat ramp parking area on the east side of the campground.
Another view of our campsite - Site 31 - as Linda got a campfire going in the shadows.
On the west side, the sunset side, of the campground is a row of full hook-up sites backing up to the lake. They are closer together than most of the other sites, but this one - Site 53 - has a nice gap on the door side.
This site - Site 69 (another full hook-up site) - has close sites on either side, but it is staggered back with a nice wooded area between it and the lake.
The full hook-up sites end at Site 71 and then you round the bend on the point of the peninsula. As you go around, there are a series of four long pull-throughs (no sewer & 30-amp elelctric) along the east side of the campground - Sites 75, 77, 80, & 82. They are all lakefront with good privacy.
This is Site 75.
The other three are similar.
Starting again at Site 94, there is another set of full hook-up sites backing up to the lake on the east side of the campground. They are all pretty close together, too. These sites are sheltered from the western winds and close to the swimming area and boat ramp. But they are only 30-amps according to the reservation website and there really aren't any with good spacing.
Most of the sites here are nice, but if we had a choice we would choose Site 16 first (50 amps & water), Sites 75, 77, 80 or 82 next, then Site 53, 69, or 71 in the full hook-up section. Those sites are all on the water. Unfortunately, the non-reservable sites here aren't that great, so you would either have to just stay during the week, reserve in advance (if staying through a weekend) or get lucky like we did on Site 16. :)
Back at our site, Linda was in her campfire trance.
She roasted some marshmallows ....
and I walked behind our rig and down to the lake for more photos.
Once the sun went down over the hills, we got some nice color.
A lovely end to a beautiful day. :)