Table Rock Dam

We are camping  at Old Highway 86 Campground for the week-end.  This spot is closer to the water and a bit more private.  It is a great spot for s’mores by a

Old 86 Highway COE Park

Old 86 Highway COE Park

campfire with a full view of the night sky.  We hope to have grandchildren visiting sometime this week-end.  This is a great spot for swimming, campfires and just relaxing.  It is another peninsula filled with beautiful campsites.

We did another day trip yesterday.  We visited the Dewey Short Visitor Center  at Table Rock Dam and then toured the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery.

Table Rock Dam sits on the White River and was built for flood control and electrical power production.

The hatchery had large aquariums where we watched huge trout swimming about at will.

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