Huntsville is comprised of Raven Lake and a forest of Loblolly Pines. It's been a while since we have seen hills and trees other than oaks. Though a scenic place, there was not a level site in the entire park. We tried to make Paradise level in one space and gave up. Moved to another space we thought would work better and had to settle for being a little off any way. Poor Mike spent an hour out in the rain trying to level us with blocks.
It rained steadily through the second day there but when we got out yesterday for a walk, thinking it was going to be on the roads because we had 6 inches of rain, we found the trail surprisingly dry enough and got in a good 7 1/2 mile hike. The entire campground sloped toward the lake providing good drainage but lousy sites;)