Here is our site....not much room between neighbors, but ok for a night or two.
This is an old rail bridge which has been converted into a walking bridge. We can see this from our site. It takes you over to the Clinton Presidential Library and also connects to more walking paths. We decided to check it out yesterday.
Here we go! By the way, this rv park is fenced and you are given a gate code to get in and out. There is also a small pedestrian gate adjacent to this walking bridge. Very convenient.
This is a view of the park from the walking bridge. The black arrow marks our site. If we ever come back through here again, I would like to stay in one of the back in sites along the river front. I think they run about $25 a night vs. our $11.50 Passport America Rate for the "cheap seats". I would really like to explore more of those walking paths and the park was surprisingly quiet for being so close to the interstate. Funny, I have never considered myself a "water" person, but it is just so peaceful...just something really calming about the water. The furballs and I could sit and watch the river for hours I think! Also...this is a busy little park and you are required to make a reservation for the passport sites, but I would recommend you make a reservation for ANY of the sites or at least call ahead for availability.
Once across the bridge, we did decide to check out the Clinton Library. It was interesting. The photo is of the replica of the Oval Office which is on the 3rd floor of the library. That was pretty neat to see and it is probably the closest I'll ever get to the Oval Office!
Today is another travel day as we continue our journey to Texas. We plan on spending the weekend in Longview visiting Bill's Mom and brother. Then it will be on to Beaumont!