Wed Judy and I got a late morning start on our travel day to the Williamsburg area of Virginia. I finished my last task at the SML SP dump station at 9:30.
Most of the 214 mile drive was so relaxing through the Virginia countryside. If you have ever driven in the VA. countryside you know what I mean. It was so nice not having tire problems. The "Pressure Pro" TPMS was silent the entire trip, silence truly is golden.
Judy and I arrived at the "King's Creek" CG at 4:00 PM and had the fiver set up on the nice concrete pad in no time. Judy was so excited that she could use the SAT for Direct TV, although the sites have cable. The CG is located on Cheatham Annex, part of the Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown, VA. I have been here at the weapons station many times on various "Ships of the Line" to get our combat load out before forward deployment. In the evening I heard the crack of small arms fire from the nearby small arms training range. It was a comforting sound.
Site #10 "Kings Cross" CG
I pulled the following CG description from, US Military Campgrounds and Rv Parks
Cheatham Annex offers one of the best outdoor recreation sites in the Navy. It exemplifies the coexistence between the Navy mission and the environment. Our 2,300 acres of woodlands and lakes are home to white-tailed deer, raccoon, squirrel, cotton tail, beaver and otter. More than 150 species of birds live in our woodlands year-round. Do not be surprised if you spot wild turkeys, osprey, great blue herons, great-horned owls, swans, quail or pheasants as you vacation. Our three freshwater lakes abound with large mouth bass, bluegill, crappie and catfish, to excite even the veteran fisherman.
The CG, like all famCamps on military bases is only available to active military or military retirees.
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