Cheyenne Mountain - October

For the Colorado College homecoming weekend, we decided to make it a camping trip as well. We booked site 13 in the new Cheyenne Mountain State Park located in south Colorado Springs.

RV sites are all full hookups. Our site was very level and had a nice tent pad, too.

Site 13 is located in a large cul-de-sac that has a great view.

All set up.

The cul-de-sac is both secluded and offers great space to play. 

No leveling blocks needed.

Our new camper represents!

Dinner on the first night was chicken ravioli, Brussels sprouts, and red wine.

On Saturday we checked in at the CC homecoming registration and received our nametags and lanyards.

We watched the CC vs. Alabama - Huntsville hockey game at the Word Arena.

The game was very exciting with CC winning by one goal.

Yeah CC!

We stopped by the library to find Randy's college thesis. I am sure the last time this book was opened was 1992.

I was given a B+. And seriously, how can you make Fund Accounting exciting?

Back at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, we walked the entire campground to find the best sites. Without a doubt, the best year-around site is 27. Excellent privacy. During the Summer season, we liked our site 13 best due to the view and cul-de-sac.

After site 27, another good site is 38.

Site 39 is pretty good, too.

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