Sunday, July 30, 2017 – In Branson, Missouri we stayed at Treasure Lake RV Resort for 10 nights. In Ozawkie, Kansas we stayed at Perry State Park for two nights. In Russell, Kansas we are staying at Fossil Creek RV Park for three nights.
Treasure Lake RV Resort is the biggest RV park we’ve ever stayed in. When we first began RVing we stayed here two days and just spend 10 days this year. They have 588 sites on 340 acres. They have indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The mini golf course, walking and biking trails are really well cared for. Here are some photos of the resort.
Perry State Park is a Kansas state park located in Jefferson County, near Ozawkie, Kansas, United States, 20 miles northeast of Topeka Kansas. The state park features camping, a beach, hiking and a fishing and boating area. We only had 30 amp electricity. Roy says we won’t go back there because of the flying bugs! There were also dozens of seagulls and geese roaming and flying around!
Fossil Creek RV Park is a very small older Passport America park in Russell, Kansas. No real amenities other than a laundry room. Barely anyone here most of our three days here. It is very quiet here and we are conveniently located in Russell to the city. One unique thing about this city is that in the residential areas in town the streets are made of bricks. Very charming.
We hid several of my painted rocks around town at the Post Office, two city parks, and a few retail businesses.
Here’s the only photo I have of the RV park here. We’re under some shade trees, get excellent television and internet and we have 50 amp electricity, water and sewage! Its in the mid 70s here today so as far as good things those are very good for us!
I just saw this video on Facebook and was in tears of laughter while watching it. I’m putting it in my Wacky Wonderful Wednesday but you guys got to see this too! I’ve heard the song before but I think it’s the visuals that make it great! Just wait till the 7 Deacons get savedl…………………. Enjoy! The Mississippi Squirrel Revival!
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