This is our 3rd stay here at Cottonwood Creek RV Park and we just love the park and the location. We paid $325 for a month plus electric. We will probably only stay for about 3 weeks. This puts us about halfway on our trip to Florida.
Since we no longer own a home, coming here every year kinda feels like home. The owners, Les and Sheri are very hospitable and they always spend time with us catching up.
|Front sites 1-7|
|Laundry and back patio building|
Paul and Paula got set up in site 16 and we took site 17. There's only about 32 sites in the park. Our sites back up to the woods which contain some beautiful walking trails. The park was full on our arrival due to the weekend.
|Sites 17 and 16|
We quickly got caught up with several of our friends and guests that we had met last year or even three years ago. The park doesn't have permanent residents, but it does have may guests that return every year during the winter and spring months. One cool thing about this park is that because it is small and so many folks return, we almost always have a happy hour (snack time) gathering at someone's site in the late afternoon.
The weather had been overcast and last night, March 19, we had some good rain. Cottonwood Creek began flowing from all the rain!
|Lower end of Cottonwood Creek|
|Maggie on the walking trail looking for Rico!|
This afternoon Les and Sheri are smoking brisket for the entire park. Everyone is invited and asked to bring a side dish or dessert. Les and Sheri frequently have these little BBQ gatherings and it's always tasty and fun! Les smokes the brisket for about 12-14 hours!
|Les's brisket smoker doing it's thing!|
It should be a good Blue Bonnet season this year as we noticed lots of the flowers on the sides of the roads ready to bloom. We look forward to re-visiting the Hill Country and perhaps seeing some things we didn't see on the previous visits.