Cart-in camp site #1 at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park: saaaaaweet

Cart-in camp site #1 at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park Cart-in camp site #1 at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park shore, Split Rock Lighthouse State Park
Robbie and I are camping at Split Rock Lighthouse State Park for a few days.  The camping sites are primarily cart-in, which means that you haul your gear  to your campsite with wheelbarrow-type carts.  Advantage: the sites are more secluded. I took the photo in the center from the rocky bluff above our tent.

And since parks are on my mind, see the New Urbanist blog for Kevin Klinkenberg’s recent series on What makes a good park? Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

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