This is another of the Corps of Engineers parks. Again we found this COE RV park very well kept, spacious, level lots.
The above photo like an empty lot but actually our 30 foot RV is parked on the right. Lots are gravel and level. The only complaint is the fine gravel in each lot which is easily dragged into the RV, but I do have a broom.
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The staff was friendly and very helpful. Restrooms and shower were very clean with daily maintenance. There are several within the park at various locations. A covered outdoor laundry facility is also available.
You can visit the Dale Hollow Dam.
A beautiful river flows at the edge of camp. There is a walking and bike trail that leads to a beautiful falls.
The fishery right next to the park, some people have caught trout in the creek.
If you want to take in a game of golf, there is a fabulous course in the near Dale Hollow Dam State Park in Kentucky. This was Gypsy’s and TenPins first ever time on a golf course. We were told it was one of the most difficult courses to start on.
We were glad they had golf carts. We walked plenty even with the carts. We had a great time in the beautiful weather and lovely course. If you are a golfer and you visit Dale Hollow Dam RV Park you will definitely want to visit this golf course.
Not sure what kind of bird this is but when I heard a loud thump from within the RV I went outside to investigate. On the ground I found this bird which had ran into the window. I wasn’t sure if it was alive. I picked it up and felt it move slightly. I held it gently, talked to it, and pet the top of its head. It seemed to be slowly coming around. I set it in on the ground tucked in near a tree. I checked on it several times and it was still where I set it. The fourth time I checked on it, the bird had flown away. Gypsy’s proudest moment.