We had a great meeting today, though. We walked the entire camping area at Little Talbot Island State Park and did surveys on 40 sites. We ended up with 16 that had suitable trees for hanging. Some of the sites could accommodate up to 4 hammocks while others could only fit one. I was really disappointed with some of the sites. They had gorgeous views of the marsh but no trees. We took good notes so hopefully the site descriptions at reserveamerica.com can be updated. I'm going to make other suggestions like min 12' straps due to the size and distance of some of the trees.
Thanks for doing this!! I have never camped up there because of the no hammock rule, though that little trail is one of my favorites.
Something hidden. Go and find it. Go, and look behind the Ranges. Something lost behind the Ranges. Lost and waiting for you . . . Go! - Rudyard Kipling