I pulled down the long driveway of the campground just as it was getting dark. I was met out in the rain and followed a fellow in a golf cart. He led me into a perfect spot. I didn't need electric since I am just fine with my solar power and battery and my rig is tiny so I was given a 10.00 spot. They had a lot of those tent spots I found out, they like to accommodate bike travelers and families on a budget.
Each site was wonderful and private.
The following morning the sun came out and I was able to see just how beautiful this place is. One of the fellows that worked at the camp drove by and talked to me about my little camper Serenity. I told him, yes, I did the artwork. A while later the two lovely ladies that managed the place rode by and stopped to talk. They loved the dogs, I forgot to mention that the place is very pet friendly. They asked how long I was staying and I explained I was running low on money and would be leaving. Well, to make a long story short, I traded doing something I love to do, painting, for free camping. I was of course in my glory, getting to paint to my hearts desire. This fence panel is outside the lodge and game room.