Whitten Historical Park

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We chose a COE campground to camp in the Tupelo area. We like the COE because we can camp here at half the price because of our Senior Access Pass. We have been so surprised by the condition of this park and the amenities offered. We have a very big space set back in the trees. Ralph and Janet are parked on the water side in with a very wonderful view. We have electricity and water for $9 a day (lake view, $10 a day). We also have a very nice laundry room with one washer and dryer for $1.00 each a load. After the weekend, our campground is empty!

We had to park here to get satellite Internet.

There is also a great trail that goes along the lake to the Visitor’s Center. Morgan and I have a good walk each morning. So here’s a little of Whitten Historical Park.

Ten-Tom Waterway
Lots of squirrels for Morgan to chase.
Sunset!
Poison Ivy everywhere.

Morgan likes our early morning walks. She gets to romp and run off leash.

Life is good! God reigns.

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3 thoughts on “Whitten Historical Park

    Sue said:
    May 5, 2011 at 11:18 am

    Oh to be able to take a long walk and let Freckles romp!!! But until we get to Idaho, I won’t be able to get enough oxygen into my lungs to do more than a very slow paced walk! The mountains are beautiful, but my lungs miss my flatlands!!!

    Gwen said:
    May 5, 2011 at 11:27 am

    Sue, I feel your pain. At 8000 I was in trouble. I am use to the 4500-5000 – lived in it all my life. Like you I hate the high elevations. Just take it easy. Once you get to Idaho and out of the high mountains you will be okay.

    tinycamper said:
    May 5, 2011 at 7:21 pm

    The pictures are beautiful, Gwen, especially the sunset.

    We also love the COE parks, and take advantage of them often. I love the fact that they are always on huge lakes.

    Got a kick out of everyone in Tupelo asking you where you were from. 🙂

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