This is a nice campsite I had chosen because it is very large and also open to the southwest so I could get a satellite signal.
I took this photo because it looks so much like how we visualize the area where Steven Foster wrote his songs.
This is the museum.
Not a lot inside, but they had quite a few pianos from the era and music playing.
This is Steven Foster's desk where he wrote his music.
The park has a bell tower that plays Foster songs every couple of hours and can be heard throughout the park.
This is the inside of the bell tower.
There are several craft cottages, but only two were open this day. I stopped at each and saw the jewelry and leather displays. The park was setting up for a big antique tractor pull on the weekend, so they were bringing in stuff to sell more than actually making things.
I liked the big loop drive. It made it easy to ride my bike around because it was one-way only, with not a lot of traffic. I'm sure the weekend will be very crowded.
And the Suwannee River, of course.
I rode my bike outside of the porch to check out the nearby small town and found this building. I am sure it was a general store at one time, with either more sales space or even living space on the second floor. Might have had storage area in the third floor attic. Note the art on the side of the building. I took closeups below.
And a better picture of the river outside of the park.