Aunt Grace's Stay 'N Play Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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We where up at 5am so we could see the sunrise at the overlook and it was worth it. We don't have far to drive only 100 miles but have a number of stops of the way so guess what it takes ALL DAY. We get into camp at 8pm.
First stop was Natural Bridge, a 100ft sandstone formation. The stone archway was used as a ...
Our fishing guides arrived at 7:30 AM, which translated that we had to get up early. We all had to bundle up since the temperature was in the fifties-- brrrr--ordinarily not bad weather but it was chilly on the river! Jim & I fished with Kevin & Roger & JC fished with Lou. The first couple hours we caught trout after trout. Jim did his own casting but Kevin cast for me every time. Jim says that means I really didn't catch the ...
... since they had to move the game table outside onto the downstairs patio. Jim, JC, Roger & Melinda played about an hour before getting hungry again so we drove back to Gassville to a BBQ place that had been highly recommended to Roger. It was as good as he had been told.
Lunch was good but bridge was calling so we headed back to the house for more bridge. The foursome quit after a bit so we could stretch a bit. ...
The state park is good, lots of trees. The fishing near the dam is weak, but your campsite is right on the river. I saw no fish in 2 days of fishing. Only saw 2 small, less than 8 inch rainbows caught. If I fish it again, it will be from a boat. I think there are lots of fish in the river but you need a way to ...
... Crossing Sign.
Peacocks fanning out frequently. Even a pure white one, which we've never seen before.
Nature trail through the woods; not enough time to walk this.