Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park
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Wonderful place to stay and plenty to do. New showers, Free museum . has fire pit at every sight, sights are level with plenty of room to back in or some are pull thru.
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... rod. 2 minutes later and its open, im sure he must of done this before working for the Police he managed to well. I got myself a keyring from the petrol station so we now had a key incase this happened a second time. So now with matty having a smile on his face again we are back on the road. Went in past my dads old house. Nothings changed there either. Looks pretty cool though. As per usual we planned on driving to Tampa but changed our minds and ended up ...
Wednesday August 13, 2014
Because of the heavy rain this morning we stayed here another day. It continued to rain off and on most of the day but by late afternoon it stopped and we were able to go to the pool for a short time. We hope to be home ...
Tuesday August 12, 2014
Leaving our campground we headed east on I-10 out of Mississippi, across Alabama and into Florida. While traveling out west I often remarked about how boring some of the drives were because of the vastness of the open planes or desert area, but looking back they were not so bad when compared ...
We took a day trip to the town of White Springs, FL. There is quite a bit of stuff to see. I wish that the Adams Country Store would have been open. Looking in the windows showed that there were many great antiques. We were told that they only open when there are activities going on in town.
The Telford Hotel is the only hotel that remains from the most prosperous era of ...
... you can take a river tour (well worth it), rent kayaks, canoes, motor boats etc. There is also a 5 mile self guided hike at the ranger station called The Trembling Earth Nature Trail. We have never camped here before but we loved it even though driving out you better have everything food, gas and an RV that isn’t going to break down because the roads are really in the woods and you might be the only one traveling on the ...