The DW and I set off last Monday for a Mon- Sun trip to a couple of state forest campgrounds. One was to a campground we first visited last year and one was a campground we had talked about and decided to tryout. First up was Tomahawk Creek Flooding. The unit we stayed in had 24 sites in two loops. Since we were there Mon -Thurs. There was only three sites occupied and we were the only ones in our loop. I took along our generator and had hopes of not using it at all but it got a little chilly at night so between the water pump, lights and furnace fan, my little group 24 battery needed a little help. Since there was no one near us, I didn't feel any guilt in running the genset for awhile. Our arrival; Campground view of all our fellow campers. View of our campsite looking towards the lake. There is a small trail to lake access but it was a little mucky. We just used the boat launch. It was fun getting back to a little campfire cooking. Had to blow the dust off the cast iron skillet and the tripod grill. Bacon and eggs......yummm. I did the toast on the stovetop as it was a little easier to control the toast while cooking the eggs. The flooding was nice and quiet with only a very few other boaters out on it while we were kayaking. The drown trees were fun to navigate through and supported a large population of turtles. The loons at night were a little eerie but relaxing to listen to along with the total absence of any human noises other than our own. We never left the campground during our stay and we really hated to go but we also wanted to checkout the other campground on our list. There are more pictures in my albums if interested. The separation between campsites was very very nice and there could easily have been one or two sites added between each one.