Our next stop was Reynold’s Creek C.O.E. on Waco Lake. This park is trying to recover from last year’s devastating floods. Of more than 90 original campsites, only about half remain open. It appears the more scenic sites on the water’s edge have been closed permanently, and parts of the former campground has become a day use area for picnics and fishing.

We planned a stop here so we could attend the local square dance in nearby Speegleville. The club members (The Shooting Stars) could not have been more welcoming. We thoroughly enjoyed the night. Note the large yellow rock outside the hall – in square dance language, “yellow rocking” means hugging.