Lake Erie State Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Erie State Park Brocton
What lovely campground. Nice view of the lake, especially at sunset. Nice and quiet!
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Didn'y do much but travel today. Left Ohio,, drove through a part of Pennsylvania, then settled on the shores of Lake Erie in western New York. More to come.
... Buffalo, formerly known as Buffalo Creek, received its name from the creek that flows through it. However, the origin of the creek's name is unclear, with several unproven theories existing. Early French explorers reported the abundance of buffalo on the south shore of Lake Erie, but their presence on the banks of Buffalo Creek is still ...
... planned leftovers back to the RV when we finished our meal. Bemus Point is a cute little town and would have been fun to wander around in if we had been there earlier. Instead we stopped at an ice cream store on the way back to Mufasa and shared a cup of ice cream. (SOMEONE had to do it!!)
At 6:30 we started back to Camp Prendergast where we got settled in again for the evening. On the way in we stopped for gasoline--$3.79/galleon.
We drove the Grand Total of 25 miles ...
I awoke early and got my last sunrise pictures. I had no mosquito bites!! We were on the first boat out at 9:00. We got the boat loaded and waited for Mom and Dad to get ready. We had gone over to the American side a couple of times and thought the traffic would be the same. Nope, everyone must flee Canada on the weekends. We waited in traffic for over an hour and a half. We telephoned Beth to take a different route. They missed ...
... away. We were happy to see the Arnold's beautiful new house, enjoyed a glass of wine and then went out for supper together. We got back at 8:15 and were in bed in the motorhome by 8:30. We were physically and emotionally exhausted after such an eventful day. We were no sooner in bed than the wind started to blow (40 mph) and shook us up ,down and around the rest of the night and into the morning hours. So goes life on the road...literally!