This campground is on the banks of the Kentucky River and, like so many other waterways, the levels are really down due to the drought. It's a nicely wooded campground but the drawback is that it's near an asphalt plant that starts early in the morning and runs until dinner time. The smell and noise are yuck!
There is a fort that is part of the State Park and it has been reconstructed as a working fort complete with cabins, blockhouses and furnishings. Artisans in period costume perform craft demonstrations to give visitors a sense of what life was like for pioneers in Kentucky.
|Entrance to the fort|
|Candle shop (one of my favorites!)|
The fort was a nice place to visit and I'm glad that we had the opportunity to do so.
This marked the end of our travels with Gin and Syl (just for the time-being; not forever!). We sure did have tons of laughs (and tears from laughing so hard) and good times and look forward to when we see them "down the road".