We bought our first Pup a few weeks ago. Our good friends bought one a week later. We had to make our maiden voyages together right? Buddy System! This trip was to be a close to home, easy trip to "test out" our rigs. Our friends reserved two spots at Chippoke's Plantation State Park, just across the James River from Williamsburg. We rolled in Saturday afternoon after an easy drive down country roads. What a great park! We arrived and picked 2 spots in A loop. Both sites were fairly level. It took a 3 stack pyramid of Lynx levelers for us, our friends were good to go. We got set up with no major issues. Since we were both new to our rigs we were mostly trying to get a feel for things this weekend. We had a great trip with no major issues on either rig. The 3 things I ran into this weekend should keep me busy this week. 1) Door latch. It has worked fine the few times we've had it popped at home, but after a few in and out trips it totally failed. Pretty much spent the weekend reaching through the canvas around the door to open it from the inside. I took it apart twice, but I think somebody had it apart before me. It's missing a spring and look completely worn. Hopefully an easy hardware store trip. 2) Water tank. At some point somebody replaced the stock faucet with a regular kitchen faucet and disconnected the fresh water tank. The existing hookup works when connected to water at the CG, but there is no line from the freshwater tank. I can see where the fill line goes from the outside over the wheel well Nader the seat and into the floor, but that is it. I have no idea where the line from the tank should be. There is also a disconnected wiring harness under the sink (not sure what that goes to) 3) Tires. The PO said the tires were a year old, but she hadn't really driven on them. I discovered a few cracks on one of the tires and I'm thinking I should probably replace them. Chippoke's Plantation was a great park! Lots of historic buildings, an antique mobile sawmill, Olympic sized pool, and a small farm area. Our kids got to pet and help feed one of the pigs, and we got a wonderful walking tour from one of the rangers. There was enough to do at the park that we realized we would need another trip or two to see everything properly. We took a short hike through the woods and enjoyed walking the loops. The bath houses were clean and the camp host and his wife were charming. We had a great time in A loop (great for pups if you like to have trees around you) and are already trying to wrangle another trip there into our schedules.