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    Camping at Beusher SP?

    Couple of small kids (3 & 9). I see they have a playground (and we know they have some new MTB trails). Anyone have any info on how the camping there overall is? Pleasant enough and plenty for kiddos/family to do?

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    MoJo Mother Superior fontarin's Avatar
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    The camping is pleasant. There were no mosquitoes (I was surprised) when we were there in June, even down by the water. Facilities in the loop with power are fine - unsure about elsewhere.

    Not sure how kid friendly it is - we only go there when we're riding.
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    I used to go there a bunch when we had an RV. The Cozy Circle section is for RV's only and that's where we always stayed. It's one of the things I miss most about not having the RV anymore (I don't miss the RV much though).
    I only ride PARK..... cause that's what gear my bike is usually in. PARK

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    the lake has canoes and kayaks to use for a donation. we rode the trails with 5 and 8 y.o.s and rode the park road over to Bastrop SP and back. the playgrounds were a big hit. we camped on the west side, right near the restrooms/showers. it felt like camping to the kids and was pretty easy on the parents. the pine trees really do make it feel like you're away from home.
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    In our district there is no playground, because of few children. We decided to do it by ourselves. He have bought a lot of wood, ropes and everything what were needed. We created a really cool place where out children can spent time. However, there are only one problem with light. In the evenings play garden became very dark, very are no any lanterns, but to install special outside lanterns it is very expensive for us. Well, that we have found camping lanterns on https://www.amazon.com/Vont-Hurrican...PLSZF8/ю These lanterns are long lasting and waterproof. It is ideal variant for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertPoole23t8X View Post
    In our district there is no playground, because of few children. We decided to do it by ourselves. He have bought a lot of wood, ropes and everything what were needed. We created a really cool place where out children can spent time. However, there are only one problem with light. In the evenings play garden became very dark, very are no any lanterns, but to install special outside lanterns it is very expensive for us. Well, that we have found camping lanterns on https://www.amazon.com/Vont-Hurrican...PLSZF8/ю These lanterns are long lasting and waterproof. It is ideal variant for us
    Is it possible to combine these lanterns with solar panels?

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    I guess there can be a solution

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