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Watson Wander: Empty campgrounds and fall leaves

From the bloggers at Watson Wander.

The joys of fall camping. Empty campgrounds, fall colors, and crisp, cool air. What’s not to love? We stayed at two different campgrounds last week. Both were nearly empty and filled with some really great fall color.

The first was a small county park in a rural part of southern Kentucky. We arrived at Pulaski County Park in the late afternoon on Sunday after our tour at Mammoth Cave.

It was completely empty and the office was closed. Their website said they were open until the end of October so we called the listed number and the woman who answered said she had to step out and to pick a site and come pay in the morning. So we chose one with a water view and settled in.

The campground might have been empty when we arrived, but judging by the amount of trash strewn around the sites, this place must have seen some serious action over the weekend.

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