We had both been to the park many years ago with the kids to do the tour of Onondaga Cave and see the bats. This is a very well known cave complex in the State.
All the nights were super clear and the stars were out along with seeing the Milky Way easily from here.
We walked the mile or so of the campground loop many times this weekend, looking at everyone's set up and just using the walk as exercise as with most RV trips it is just relaxing and eating so we had to walk a lot!
The new RV is a Rockwood Minilite 2503S
Saturday we took the easy trail over to the visitors center to get our State Park Passport stamped. Vicky and I are going to try and RV in every state park in Missouri (There are 52)
( I love that the bears have returned!)
More trips around the campground and many of the weekenders had decorated their sites for Halloween and there was a pumpkin carving contest in the campground
One of the funniest displays in the campground. Everyday the bear got more outrageous in his appearance.
Good campfire at night kept the chill away and made for a good time to sit outside and listen to some music.
I would show you the filet and bake potatoes cooked in the fire pit, followed by cheesecake... but there just wasn't anything left on my plate
The flowers were very pretty all over the campsite this weekend- enjoy the pictures below.
Thanks for coming along.
80 miles southwest of St.Louis
5 miles southeast of Leasburg, MO. off Highway 44. Exit 214.