Once again, we first drove to the Abilene KOA to camp, but (luckily) decided to drive a bit south to Abilene SP to pitch our tent. There was only one other camper in the entire tent area tonight. A very fun experience; lots of animal tracks all over the place.
We saw deer, rabbits, the tail end of a fleeing armadillo, and tons of squirrels and birds.
Dinner and lunch at the campsite.
The main feature of this state park is Abilene Lake.
There are also a few easy hiking trails throughout the park, but we didn’t have time to really investigate any.
It was $25 total to camp for the night (inc. $10 entrance fee) which is a little much for a state park, but we still think it’s worth it.