Yesterday we were out looking for camping places that we may use in our travels. I like to do this in the car rather than go to a camping place with the motorhome pulling the car. More then once I have had to unhook the car before I could turn around.
Yesterday we went to the Francis Marion National Forest to check out three different camping places.
The first was Buck Hall Recreation Area. This is a very nice campground this 1/2 mile off of route U S 17 south of Georgetown,SC. It has water and electric sites that will accommodate any size rig that you may have. If all the sites are full when you get there no need to worry as they have an overflow site for you in a nice field at a reduced price. The intercoastal waterway flows along the front of this campground.
Honey Hill Campground is a primitive campground.
Looks like someone will be looking for their keys that they left when putting their trash in the can.
Thre is a central located water spigot that is a pump type which we couldn't get to working. As I can remember from long ago that it may have lost its prime and we didn't pump long or hard enough to get the water. This campground could be used for a really have to situation.
An old fire towers sets in the middle of the campground. I can remember when these where in use.
In the closeup the only use it looks like someone was using the tower for target practice.
The last was Elmwood Wildlife Station that is a hunt camp.
I really would'nt want to stay here. The more rugged person would like it,but I could never talk Nancy into staying here.
We had another full day of scouting around.