We spent Monday night through Thursday night at the White River Campground. This campground is run by Hamilton County and is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at. The sites were concrete surfaces and wide enough to park both the motorhome and the Jeep side by side. The campground was not very busy during the few days we were there and the WiFi service within the park worked well for us. We got decent AT&T service and picked up local over the air TV channels from Indianapolis.
|Entrance to the campground|
|Our Site 96|
|View of the grassy area in front of our motorhome|
|The White River as it runs along the campground|
Across the river from campground there was another county park: the Stawtown Koteewi Park. It has about 5.5 miles of walking/biking/horse riding trails along with the Taylor Center of Natural History. This area has been used by humans for several thousand years and there is still archeological digs going on around the site. Connie and I walked and biked along the trails a couple of the days we were there. The area was a family farm for a long time and was bought by the county about 15 years ago and turned into the current facility.We visited the Taylor Center and learned about the history of this part of Indiana.
|Connie and Mike at the main entrance to the park.|
On Wednesday we went into Nobelsville to eat lunch and do some grocery shopping at Kroger's. We ate at Rosie Restaurant on the courthouse square in Nobelsville and then walked around the downtown area for a while to enjoy the nice weather.
|There was lots of sweets to choose from, but we were good and passed.|
|All smiles after a good lunch.|
|This is how us old folks do a "selfie"|