Friday, February 17, 2023

Lake Louisa SP–Feb 2023

Belle looks pretty big from this angle

The last time I was camping here was back in June of 2016; the park seems to have had a lot of upgrades since then.  There is now a concessionaire at the park that offers kayak rental, guided horseback tours, and even segway tours.  There’s even a new canteen right in the campground.

My campsite was a pull-through and had water and electric; I walked around the campground saw that some of the sites also have sewer.  That would have been nice, but luckily there were no delays at the dump station when I left so it wasn’t too much of an inconvenience.  I had excellent internet access with T-Mobile.

Double Decker RV

While I was walking around the camping area, I saw the biggest RV I’ve ever seen… it was a converted double decker bus. The family that lived in this beast were full timers with six kids. 

I also met a couple, Dave and Cindy, who also share a blog with their adventures on the road.  Their website, Two Lane Touring, has some amazing photographs!

This state park is the only one I’ve ever been to where I’ve seen Passion Fruit flowers – they  were in bloom the last time I was here, but February is too early in the season. I’d like to come back in a few months to see if they’re still blooming here. 

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