|The giant live oak trees kept the afternoon sun off the Mini.|
There really aren't any hiking trails in or around Potters Creek Park so I got my walking in on some of the country roads going by the park where some of my fellow campers also biked. I guess the main activity at the park would be boating on Canyon Lake.
|The boat ramp onto Canyon Lake.|
Here's the Potters Creek data sheet:
Hookups: 20, 30, 50 amp, water
Fire ring: Yes
Water Access: Yes (lake)
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Toilets: Yes (flush)
Dump station: Yes
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 3 bars
Internet reception: 3 barsCost: $26/night, $13/night with Senior Pass
Being in the Hill Country meant that there were a lot of deer in the park and it was a rare walk where I didn't encounter some.
|One of the park's deer families.|
Like all the CoE parks I've stayed in Potters Creek is really well laid out and the showers and bathrooms were cleaned on a daily basis, the trash dumpsters were emptied daily too.
|Covered picnic area with shower building in the background.|
For full hookups and access to Canyon Lake $13 a night at Potters Creek Park is a pretty great value! I'd never camped there before but I'll definitely be back.
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