It was cold, windy and cloudy this morning...not exactly the type of day I like to travel in. I would prefer blue sky and sunshine as we drive along the highway...but, oh well...at least it wasn’t raining out.
It was around 3:30 when we arrived at the park. The young girl in the office, gave us a map with available sites marked on it and we continued into the campground to pick out which one we wanted. Although a little tricky backing into site #44 because of two huge trees on either side of the driveway, Steve manoeuvred the trailer back in with little trouble. We chose this site because it was at the end of the road and much larger than most others. There would be no one on our awning side so we would be able to sit outside with an unobstructed view of the big pond/bayou that was across the road. Again, our site had water and electrical hook-ups for $16/night. There are some sites with sewer as well (for $18) but none were available for the 4 nights we were staying...besides we liked the site we had chosen anyway. Many of the sites are close together without much room or privacy.