Then we were off to La Siesta. It was 52 miles from my house. The ride was interesting. Lots of dips and curves in the road. Little ranches with horses and cattle. Even had some outside the fence line on the side of the road.
This campground had a grand opening July 4 of this year and is a work in progress. Steve one of the owners lives on the property and gave us a tour. They also raise Talapia, Koi and a few other fish. There are several ponds that are filtered and run into the smaller ponds and back to the filtering systems that once again make the rounds.
When all the plumbing is done these fountains will have running water, they are scattered around.
This is one of the Koi ponds. These fish are about 3 months old
One of the ponds with paddle boats
The ice house in located in the gazebo
Behind these trees there is a building going up to house an outdoor kitchen with electric and screened windows.
There are more pictures but loading them is a pain since you have to go back and forth each time to the location of the pictures. I'll post more tomorrow. But it will be fun to stay here and watch this place grow into a wonderful park. They will rent tents and some will be large with fancy beds and furniture. They work with a company that have these tents and bring them out as needed. When the season is over they pick them up. They are going to clear more land for larger Rigs and the road will be paved to the property. They are also looking to buy another 10 acres to expand.
Good Night All