Thursday, June 16, 2011

Cooper Lake SP

We pulled out of Lake O’ the Pines; Brushy Creek camp ground about 9:30 Wednesday morning and drove to Sulphur Springs where we are staying at Cooper Lake SP, South Sulphur Unit. We arrived about 12:30 and found a nice shaded site and set up camp. Our cost per night is $18.00.

The problem with the nice shaded site, it’s kinda down in a hole and there isn’t any TV reception. Oh well, we can live without TV as long as we have 50 AMP and some shade. We’ve rented a few RedBox movies to keep us entertained for a few days.

This park is full of wildlife. On our morning walk we saw a momma deer and her small baby. A few minutes later we noticed another deer that was much larger.
 
The dogs seem to be adjusting to the travel. We have a raised bed for them in the back seat of the truck so they see out the windows. We travel very far before everyone is sound asleep. 

Travel Safe Dawn and Denise

5 comments:

  1. Redbox is a life saver for those shady times :) We run into the same issue but, like you, can put up with no TV for a few days in exchange for such beautiful surroundings.

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  2. You gotta love the Red Box movies!! Just can't beat the price and the selections are usually pretty good.
    We love the nice shady spots too!
    Next time you walk take your camera...looking forward to some pics of that wildlife!! :-)

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  3. $18 is always good with 50 amps and widlife:)

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  4. Sounds like a really nice park. Yes, we could all do without TV for a while. Believe me, you are not missing much. If it is something important, they will show it over and over and over... :)

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  5. Sounds like a good spot. Right now we need that shade in the Texas heat :)

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