The camping trip is over, but it went by so quickly. It is agreed that we all desperately need a shower, but we all had such a great time! We cooked one last breakfast on the fire and packed up the tents. I was sad that the camping portion of our trip was over, but we still had a few hours to kill...so we headed to the marina and rented a pontoon boat to cruise around Lake Texoma.
Again, we were blessed with a gorgeous day, and even though it was a little chilly on the boat, we enjoyed the November sunshine. We were only on the boat for about an hour, but we were able to see a lot of the Texas and Oklahoma shoreline. I've camped on the Oklahoma side of Texoma before, but both sides proved to be very beautiful. I had my qualms about heading an hour away from home, but I would come back to Eisenhower Park in a heartbeat. The campsites were clean and spacious (we actually had two sites next to each other since we had 3 tents).
The boat ride was a blast; Chaz drove most of the time while the rest of us hung out. We had a few issues with going too close to the shore and dragging up the lake bottom and Chaz spraying everyone with water, but mostly the trip was scenic and relaxing. After leaving Texoma, we went to quickly see the dam, which was pretty impressive although I don't have pictures. On the way home we stopped at Carls Jr for one last meal (yes, we love our food!) and called it a trip. We all had such a great time and can't wait for our next camping trip! Texas is so varied that there are a number of options. Hopefully the winter will be short so we can take our next weekend camping trip soon!