B - Zooland Family Campground, Asheboro, NC - June 25-26
C - Stony Fork Campground, Wytheville, VA - June 26-July 2
D - Natural Bridge State Park, Slade, KY - July 2-13
E - Kentucky Horse Park Campground, Lexington, KY - July 13-17
F - Canal COE Campground, Grand Rivers, Ky - July 17-24
G - Texas T Campground, Cornersville, TN - July 24-28
H - Floating Mill COE Campground, Silver Point, TN - July 28-Aug 1
Monday, July 28, 2014 – Travel Day to Floating Mill COE CG, Silver Point, TN
We waited until about 9am to head north on I-65 toward Nashville. Most of rush hour traffic was over and we had a beautiful trip. We took an outer loop around Nashville to I-40 east. It was a beautiful and relaxing 2 hour trip.
I know they talk about the Tennessee Hills,
but I had no idea how very GREEN this state is... BEAUTIFUL!!!
We arrived at Floating Mill COE Campground before noon.
The host at the gate, actually came out and directed us to our site.
There are a couple tricky turns and she wanted to be sure we made it:o))
Once we got setup and had some lunch, we took a walk and explored the campground.
It is hilly and there are not many sites that a big rig would fit into.
However, site 71 and 92 are two of the best with the greatest views!!
This campground is beautiful and all the sites are along the lake.
Since it is a Monday, the campground is very empty.
As we walked, Bill scoped out firewood that had been left by the weekenders.
He took the car back to pick up his find.
He is back to feeling great and spent the afternoon splitting his load!!
I spent the afternoon, cheering him on and doing a little bird watching…
We have an adorable Bluebird Family at our site:o))
Yep… We’re Gonna Like It Here !!!
NICE! Any day parked by the water is a great day. . .enjoy!ReplyDelete
OH my goodness what a terrific site and you picked this site unseen. Fabulous views and a bluebird family. If I send you my campground lists will you tell me which sites to pick. :-) That is a total beauty!!ReplyDelete
Tell Bill there is a high tech device called an ax, to split wood with... ;c)ReplyDelete
Enjoy that beautiful area, you sure know how to find 'em!
You hit the jackpot with that park and that site! Now I have to find it on my map so I can work it into our next Tenn trip :)ReplyDelete
Love COE campgrounds. Looks like you found a good one!ReplyDelete
Say hey to David and Sharon for us. (I think I got the names right, Butterfly Hollow)
Looks like a great spot!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love COE PARKS!ReplyDelete