We were in Killens Pond State Park this weekend, and had a great time despite the strong thunderstorms with hail Saturday night. It was up to 88 on Saturday. But with the shade campspot it was nice. Plus our AC kept the pop up at 68 - a good break for our senior dogs and us. Sunday morning after the storms we were packing up with the dogs outside and us prepping the inside to pop back down when we heard a huge tree crashing. We came out of the pup to see a huge 60 ft came down in the campsites behind us. No rain, no wind Sunday morning. Luckily the family that the tree fell through was eating breakfast outside. The tree flattened their bedroom and hit the side of the motor home that was directly behind us. But everyone was ok. Mr Jorja had to take off after my border collie who is noise phobic (and had a rough night with the thunderstorm). Her 14 yr old self darted off a half mile down the camp road to the main road. After grabbing her two times, he finally tackled her to the ground. She was obviously pretty wigged with the crashing. At least the family with the totaled trailer was ok. As was their white truck. The ranger was around to take witness statements. Hopefully next weekend camping will not be so eventful.