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When in the area I always make a point to stop in and look around. Think small general store with a little bit of camping junk. Staff is always friendly and can answer questions about the local area. Most of the time I’m on the...More
I haven't camped in 40 years. We invited with my daughter age 11 to go with an experienced group.
Nice campsite, but there were some louder people, that was not unexpected.
We did 16 miles at 2.8 elevation on the river. Perfect conditions but as...More
The Mulberry River was too high for canoeing during our week visit in mid May. So, our family group of 10 rafted. Turner Bend Outfitters dropped all 10 of us off and helped us launch our group of 10 onto 3 rafts. The river was...More
The people who run this just sit or stand around as if they assume you know what's next or what's going on. They don't brief you on what to expect. no safety briefing whatsoever. Did you read that---"NO SAFETY BRIEFING", not even for first time...More
Riding the Pig Trail you must stop here for a rest and grab a sandwich. The bologna sandwich especially. Make sure you tell them to " run it through the garden". That means the words. Best darn Sammie I've had!
If you're looking for a family adventure, this is a good place. Just be aware that the Mulberry has some small rapids--this isn't solely a leisurely float down river (which surprised my wife somewhat). Bring a change of clothes and maybe a dry bag. All...More
Cute little store, drive out of way to stop when on Roadster group runs. during summer have seen so many motorcycles hard to find parking place. always find something to buy here from trinkets to motorcycle gear.