Site number/quality: #29, large and level concrete pad, gravel site with large picnic table, view of lake and dam (across the street from the site)
Park quality: very nice small park, paved roads in park (good for bike riding and walking), no swimming pool or recreational amenities, natural setting on Lake Seminole, beautiful natural setting with great sunsets
Access: Easy, off U.S. 90, 1.5 miles north of Chattahoochee FL
Connectivity: Strong Cricket/AT&T, weak Verizon, and no T-Mobile
Return yes/no?: Yes
Notes: Park is situated along Lake Seminole, which is a man-made reservoir impounding the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers for 35 miles. The park is actually in Georgia, just across the state line from Florida. It was hard to keep track of the time because FL is in the Eastern time zone and Georgia is in Central. Whenever we left the park, we would be in Eastern time, and when we got back, we’d be in Central. Another challenge was the sugar ants. The park ranger warned us about them, and she wasn’t kidding. But all-in-all, it was a fun stay. We met up with a couple that we had camped next to at Stephen Foster State Park and hung out with them quite a lot. We went to dinner with them at a quirky little gourmet restaurant, Rutabaga Cafe.