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Friday, December 30, 2016

Camping Between Two Lakes at Lake Louisa State Park

Lake Louisa State
Park is sprawling...

4,500 acres

This map shows Lake
Louisa, Bear, Dixie &
 Hammond Lakes.

Nine other lakes dot
the large park.

Eric & I are camping for two 
weeks on the Hammond 
Loop (farthest left) between
Dixie & Hammond Lakes.

There are primitive and equestrian campsites at this park.  Twenty cabins are located on the northeast side of Dixie Lake. 

a solar panel on its roof.

There are 15 campsites
on our loop.

All the campsites on Hammond Loop have water and electric hook ups.  Four sites on the Dixie Loop have water, electric and sewer hook ups.  Nine campsites on Sandhill Loop have full hook ups.  These sites are available, at no extra charge for campers to reserve.

There are pull through sites,
like the one on the left &
back in sites, like the one
on the right.

Hammond & Dixie Lakes

Stairs allow easy access
 for canoes & kayaks.

There's a sign warning of
Alligators in the lake.

The campground rents canoes and kayaks.  

The view from the fishing
pier at Dixie Lake.

 There are over twenty miles of hiking trails at Lake Louisa State Park.  Many welcome horses.

The Bath House has 
bathrooms & showers.

Each Bath House has a
washer & dryer.

With one washer and dryer per loop, the machines are heavily used.

The Dump Station is obscured
by a stand of trees.

So, where are we parked?

Tucked in between the trees
at Site #1 on Dixie Loop

We have satellite access for our TV.

Our spacious patio is obscured
 from our neighbors by trees
 that surround our campsite.

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