Sunny, 80 degrees, Rain Tuesday night
July 29 & 30, 2014
We arrived at Glen Elder State Park after another good day. Glen Elder State Park has several campgrounds. We selected a campsite with electric and water, with a beautiful lake view. Two nights cost $55.00 in Kanza Campground site 33. That amount included two passes for both our vehicles at $5 each. The park surrounds Lake Waconda. This is a wonderful location for boaters. I would imagine the weekends are full. We had a gentle rain on Tuesday night and, lesson learned, we should put the chairs away even if it doesn't look like rain.
Looking out to the lake from our site.
Beautiful Lake Waconda
There were five of these in our patio. In case of severe storms (tornadoes), these can be used to strap down an RV. Scary. This State Park has underground shelters that can hold 400 people. Good to know.
On Wednesday morning this beautiful sky appeared across the lake from us. Gorgeous.
This park is a boater's paradise.
Can't imagine how many boats would be here on a weekend.