Here we are at Joe Wheeler State Park, in Rogersville Alabama. I just can't say enough good things about this park. It really is a beautiful place. Our campsite was wonderful. We have full hookups and are surrounded by woods with a view of the lake. It is just the beginning of their season so there are not a lot of folks
here as of yet. We decided to stay 4 nights here. There is a large lodge and marina here and some cabins for those who don't "camp". We went down to the lodge on Saturday and enjoyed an "all you can eat" buffet of seafood. There was catfish, perch, all kinds of shrimp, and more. MMMMMMM Good!! On the way back, we were on our bikes, we saw several deer. The next day we went hiking and saw even more deer. At any rate, if you are ever close by I definetly recommend stopping and spending a few days. We will definitely be planning a return trip at some point.
We left Wheeler Park on Tuesday and headed for Cave City, Kentucky. That is where we are this morning at Singing Hills Rv Park. Nice rv park, close to Mammoth cave and other attractions. It is under new ownership and they are eager to please and making a lot of improvements. This park is also part of the Camp USA so we stayed for $15.00 full hookups. We should be arriving in Lafayette, Indiana sometime late this afternoon. Temps are currently in the low 60's with some light rain.
This was our view of Wheeler Lake. That's is where the turtles hang out soaking up the sunshine.