We were in site 25.
Another thing to note about this place is that I'd say a good 80% are seasonal sites, the people we talked to were all very nice, but I have to be honest - when I see RVs sitting still I feel bad for them not out having adventures with their people. Just my humble opinion.
We were in view of the little lake, which was lovely! There was a tent site in front of ours, but being a chilly weekend there were no tenters braving it, so we could traipse through the site without worries.
Theo caught a little sunny right off the bat:
And he built me a nice fire (Kevin had a work function, so he joined us later in the evening)
And also some gorgeous running weather and terrain (hilly!), but no pics from that :)
Another thing to note about this place - the sites are water and electric only. The dump station is a tiny little loop that a big rig or even a somewhat large rig would never make it through (more on that in a different post in the future.) Since so many sites are seasonal they offer a pump service that any rig of size would have to utilize...or go 20 minutes into East Hartford and hit Cabela's dump station (now $5, but would have been worth it!)