More hurricane damage within the campground
Many of the campsites are right on Lake Marion. See the lake out there?
Restroom on the left - picnic table on the right. This is the main "road" within the campground.
This building is used for social gatherings - It's available for large camping clubs to hold their meetings and parties. It's nice - especially if it's raining or cold. There is a nice view of the lake from here too.
The campground was built in about 1949 and very little "nature" was removed. Just enough trees were cut to allow an RV to park in a site.
See the little marker that says 125? That's the site number. Each campsite is marked with a similar marker - No chance of parking in the wrong site.
Every site is equipped with water and electrical connections. The sites that we checked had 30 amp electrical connections.
Most of the sites, like the one on the left are back-in sites; however, some that we saw down by the lake front were pull through.
We hate to see hurricane damage but that's nature at work. I think we should leave nature alone and let it take care of itself.
Headed home. Tippy says, "I like Santee State Park. I enjoyed it - I hope you did. We're going to a campground in Florida for Christmas and Ron, Treky and I hope you will join us there.
Ron, Tippy and Treky