|Camping at Caesar Creek State Park|
Larry made the right decision yesterday when he paid for two nights. It started to rain last night and it stayed around into today. It was dreary all day. We spent the day just hanging around the Minnie. We got caught up on YouTube videos and read.
In the afternoon we walked down to the office and bought a a scoop of Brownie Delight ice cream. The person who dished it out didn't give us as much as yesterday but one scoop was still enough for the two of us to share. There is nowhere to sit at the office so we ate the ice cream as we walked back to our campsite. It was very good but there wasn't a lot of brownie in it.
The sun decided to come out around 5:00 for a little while. After dinner we walked around the campground for about 45 minutes. We walked down to Loop D and walked part of the hiking trail back to our loop.The trail was very easy. We had a very nice walk.
|An empty campsite|
|Entrance to the hiking trail in Loop D|
|Larry climbing up a hill on the trail|
|Caesar Creek Lake|
|The boat ramp from the park|
Caesar Creek State Park is very nice. The park has 268 electric sites and 18 full hook up sites in six loops. Each loop has restrooms with flush toilets and showers. There's a boat ramp, beach, playgrounds and basketball court. It has a park store that sells firewood, snacks, ice, ice cream, supplies, kayak rentals and other novelties. There is a trail map in each loop. The hiking trails goes along the lake and you can enter it from each loop. The trails are color coded (blue, yellow, red and green). The map tells you how long each trail is. The park has Hopewell Day Lodge that you can rent for a group up to 75 people. It has 6 group camps. It has a Bridle Camp, which is an equestrian camp with 30 non-electric sites available on a "first come, first serve" basis. It is a great park and we have enjoyed it.