|"Jal...Small town Big Heart"|
I guess the small island in the middle of the lake contributes the "a" in Jal to overhead viewers.
|The small island in the center of Jal Lake that is accessed via a bridge.|
Here's the Jal Lake Park data sheet:
Hookups: 20, 30, 50 A, water
Fire ring: No
Water Access: Yes (no swimming)
Fresh Water: Yes
Trash Service: Yes
Toilets: Yes (vault)
Dump station: Yes
Level sites: Yes
Verizon reception: 4G, 4 of 5 bars
Internet reception 4 bars
Cost: Free for up to 3 days
Jal Lake Park's RV area is a paved parking lot on the north edge of the park with six very spacious campsites.
|The Mini's site included a covered picnic table and grill.|
The park has a couple really nice features, one is a walking sidewalk that goes all the way around the lake. If you're a walking nut like me who gets their "steps" in every day it's really useful, and a huge improvement compared to walking in the street.
|A lap equaled 3/4's of a mile.|
There's a covered workout area with various body weight resistance stations.
|The covered exercise area. I'd do a lap then one exercise station then a lap.|
There's a large flock of ducks that calls the park home and they're almost tame, they sleep by the walking path and seldom even move when you walk by.
|Some of the flock.|
Jal Lake Park is a little gem of a free campground, even if you can only stay three days. I'm in Texas now but on my way out to Arizona after Thanksgiving you can bet I'll spend a couple days in Jal before continuing on my way.
Thanks for reading!