After a 2 1/2 hour drive Thursday morning, we arrived at Lovewell State Park near Webber, KS.
The campground (actually “campgrounds”) is located on the north side of the Lovewell Reservoir and we stayed at Site #3 on the South Willow Utilities campground. This campground had full hookups (50A electric, water, and sewer) which is not typical of a state park.
Besides a few Great Blue Herons, there was a pod (gaggle? herd?) of Pelicans on the lake. At first we thought they were swans, but their distinctive long bill gave them away. Also spotted a few deer when I walked the dogs Saturday morning.
We did some walking near the reservoir and Jan painted a picture.
Here are some photos . . .
NEXT STOP: Prairie Dog State Park, Norton, KS