Sunday, October 20, 2013

Magnolia Springs State Park, Volume One

Now that we've experienced the incredibly beautiful Letchworth State Park in New York, everything else basically pales in comparison. But, every place has it's own beauty, and Magnolia Springs definitely has a lot to be proud of. As far as the campground goes, the sites are big. Some are pull-thru sites and some are back-in sites. Gary says the bathroom, something that I obviously don't care about, is relatively new and very clean. The bathrooms were something that were not that great at Letchworth, judging from the complaints of Gary and others. There are lots of picnic areas, playgrounds, and a swimming pool, although it was closed for the season. There's a big lake right around the corner from the campground, with an amphitheatre, a boat ramp, and a nice big deck. The area around the springs is very picturesque, with a pagoda deck and a bridge. And there's LOTS of squirrels. You know how much I love squirrels. There's some other critters here as well, and I'll show you some of them in my next post. All in all, Magnolia Springs is a very pretty park, and one we wouldn't hesitate to come back to.

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