We rolled into Hernando Point COE mid-afternoon. The campground sits off of Lake Arkabutla and has 80+ water/electric sites. The lake was low, low, low. As there were only about 5 other campers there, we had our choice of sites! Although we could have had a waterfront site, we chose 75 as it was quite large and private.
It's a nice campground but one that does not appear to be utilized much. It's a little off the beaten path and it is not near any attractions (which was fine with us). It seems that this is one of the campgrounds that has suffered due to budget cuts. It's a no frills type of park and, because of the lake level, swimming is currently banned. It looks like it could be a great place to call home when the lake levels are up.
|Water is supposed to be where all that green is!|
There was an excavator and a bulldozer that were working on shoreline preservation.
It was pretty neat to watch.