This was our second expedition in our Casita
17' SD since we purchased it last month. This is one of our favorite state parks in Florida, although it's been quite a few years since we tent camped here.
The weather was great, a little rain when we first arrived, but not enough to affect set up. Sunny skies for both days, and a nice breeze kept the mosquitoes at bay. This was our first trip with our Clam Escape
screen house, but we could have managed without it. The set up is ridiculously easy, and we got almost as many queries about it as our Casita
I didn't see any other FG trailers while we were camping, but a couple of present and past Casita
owners checked in - Ed from Kansas (who now lives in nearby Sebring) and Vince from Lake Placid. Vince invited us to stop by on our way back home to check out his Little Snoozy. He and his wife Angie were very gracious and he is an FG expert.
This park is a treasure, great for hiking and biking and it's a botanist's dream with a variety of habitats - cypress swamp, hardwood hammock and pinelands. Our campsite was woodpecker central, we watched pileated, red-bellied and sapsuckers working on some dead pine trees in our backdoor.
This will be my first time posting pictures on this site, if they don't appear immediately below I'll add them in a separate comment.
At the campsite
Charred saw palmetto (controlled burn)