Huntington Beach has 125 sites altogether - 20 sites with sewer, and 105 with electric. The sites are spacious, and fortunately are built to shed the rain. We caught a stalled front of rain halfway through our stay there that just wouldn't move, and gave us 7 inches of rain in four days. Our site remained high and dry even after that.
|Campsite 98 at Huntington Beach State Park|
In spite of the rain, we managed to get in some good beach time. There are two paths from the campground that lead down to the beach, and you can even take your dog to the beach as long as it's on a leash. The water was 78 degrees, great for swimming!
|Beautiful uncrowded beach - Huntington Beach State Park|
|78 degree water in May|
I am home now as I write this, and as usual I have mixed emotions - glad to be home, but sorry that the trip has ended. I'm already planning our excursion for 2013, which will include the Florida panhandle, Alabama's Gulf State Park, Vicksburg and Chattanooga. Bob and I have three grandchildren graduating from college next year, so I made sure that we will be home in time for the ceremonies. For now, we have lots of unpacking and cleaning to do.