Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Huntington Beach State Park Day 3

This is the parking lot for the day visitors.  Tippy thinks that even the parking lot is pretty.  On the other side of that building in the distance is the
Atlantic Ocean.  The building has a clothes changing area and rest rooms.

This ranger station is where I checked in and got our site number.  I reserve with a company called Reserve America.  They serve all South Carolina State Park Campgrounds. There is a small fee but registration is quick, accurate and is online.  There's Tippy noseing around.

This is one of those oversized chairs that tourists sit in to have their picture made.  I tried to get Tippy to let me take her picture in it but she said, "No that a boys chair - it's blue."

The color was just an excuse - Tippy does not want her picture taken in the big pink chair either.

Treky's campsite is equipped with water and 30 amp electricity - but not a sewer connection.  This is the sewer dump area for the campground.  There are three dump stations - each is very clean.  I like Huntington Beach State Park Campground.

Atalaya is the name of the Huntington's home here on the Atlantic Ocean.  I'll try to post about that tomorrow.


Ron, Tippy and Treky

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