Hales Landing

March 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

Hales Landing Campground on Lake Seminole near Bainbridge Georgia was listed in our Corps of Engineers directory as not having hookups for water and electricity. However, one of our neighbors at Ocean Pond had stayed here recently and said the Corps had installed hookups. So we decided to try it. We like the ambiance better here than at East Bank Campground near the dam at the other end of the lake. That is the campground we stayed at in November.

This is site 14 before we parked and after we parked.

Later that evening we enjoyed the deck.

Hales Landing is located on one of the tail water branches which is the Flint River. The mosquitoes are more prevalent and so is the wildlife. There are a few fragile dogwoods amongst the big hard woods.

There are all kinds of butterflies.

There is a boat launching ramp in the day use area near the campground for the serious fisher people.

A neighbor camper in a motor home likes to canoe in their new homemade canoe. They finished the canoe just before taking off for southern parts from Michigan in Mid February.

The canoe is beautiful.

Near the boat ramp there was a turtle laying eggs.

No privacy at all.

It is nice to have electricity for a change. We have been on generator for most of the winter.

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