DAVE & REBECCA'S BIG ADVENTURE travel blog

The main entrance way

Ranger hut for entry.

One of three lakes on the property, Dave caught bass on this...

they have several cabins for rent


We originally scheduled ourselves to be here for a few days, but will instead spend one night. The 85 mile drive on I-40 across the Mississippi River and through Memphis then to Hwy 64 through the countryside was beautiful.

We got setup quickly with our abbreviated over night setup. Since we had time to spare, Dave got out a casting rod and went fishing on one of the three lakes on the premises. He landed two beauties, put them back so they can grow and make more for the next fisherman. Nice guy, huh!

The park is nice, though very few of us this time of the year. There are about 6 of us RV'ers. When we made the reservations we had visions of the park being full of deer hunters and duck slayers, but that's not the case. Hunting used to be prevalent in the area when the park was first built but not now. We slept easily. Wish we could stay for longer, but friends call and limited time. We are here because our Thousand Trails Preserves in Tennessee are closed for the winter. This is an associate park in a system called RPI or Resort Parks Int'l. We use this system when we can as it cost us only $10 @ night to stay up to two weeks.

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