by Mr. Bang
Medina Lake is my favorite park I’ve stayed in yet, and I bet it will be as good as the park we’re going to stay at in Yellowstone. There were lots of deer and jackrabbits – not as many jackrabbits as deer. There were whole herds, like this:
There are about 15, 16, I’ve even seen 20 in one herd. Some have a lot of bucks, some don’t. The grown up bucks aren’t very many to find, but the young ones with their horns growing in are easy to find. They hung around our site a lot and I got to feed them. It was really fun. They came up right to you as you were tossing food. Some deer even ate out of your hand.
On Saturdays and Sundays, there are meals at the activity center – not for free. For breakfast, there’s pancakes, breakfast tacos, eggs, and french toast. They’re fresh and hot. For dinner, there’s hot dogs, hamburgers, I think there was chicken. You get to cook your own hot dogs over a fire. You could also buy smores for 25 cents. They gave you the marshmallow and you cooked it yourself over the fire.
There’s a lake. Sometimes it’s filled up with water and sometimes there isn’t any water in it. What I did at the lake was look for rocks in the water. And, yes, it was filled up. I know that some of you are glad there’s water back in the lake again.
There are a lot of trees. There is more than one playset – one at the laundry facility, one at the activity center, and one at the lake. There’s a pool that we didn’t use.
The RV park is giant! It’s the biggest I’ve been in yet! You have a lot of space at your campsite. This is where I made up my deer poem.
I think all ages would enjoy this RV park because for adults it’s just nice to listen to the quiet of the birds chirping. It’s very quiet. Kids would like it because there’s a lot of play sets and, where I stayed, a fort of sticks.