I had my coffee and kindle after we got back and the Traveling Longdogs were enjoying their play area. Fortunately, they are fastinated by the deer and don't bark at them. It's usually a staring contest on both sides.
This spot has more of a lake view but there is a 3 foot drop right behind him. I think the park is about half full right now but there isn't anybody home at quite of few of them. I expect they will show up for the weekend.
But it's not like nobody is around. I saw one buck with about 9 points on his rack. They are very tame. I think that must be some kind of a salt or food block; I've seen several around the park. I guess you can buy feed at the office too (or bring your own in if you like). I've heard that dog food is actually more nutritious for them than deer corn. They won't be getting any of the Traveling Longdogs special food though.
Are you following me lady??? There is a number of paths between the resort developed area and the lake.
The "town" closest to the park is Hancock and there are several restaurants, coffee shops, Dollar Store, etc. The closest real town is Sattler which is five miles away. They have real grocery store which used to be a Super S but is now a Lowe's Market. Prices weren't too bad and they have about anything you could want. There is also a great Ace Hardware store which is really well stocked. They even carry quite a few RV items. I found several items that I haven't been able to find elsewhere. I also saw an RV repair place, VFW (open to the public sign), several restaurants and a bakery, a feedstore, and numerous other business places that make it a worthwhile trip.