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Here are five photos taken in Ardmore, some will show you several of the businesses such as restaurants and hotels that are available.
Written May 16, 2010
All around great American food. The prices were reasonable and everyone at our table loved their food. Fried Shrimp, Chop steak, Rib eye and apple dumplings. We eat out a lot and this gets high marks for good food. They have live music on the weekend.
Favorite Dish: Apple Dumpling with Ice Cream
Updated Jul 28, 2007
Address: 2646 W. Broadway
The resturant is within the Lake Murray Village. At the end of the road (a mile more or less) is the lodge, campgrounds, golf course, and a small landing strip.
If you should fly in by a small plane the resturant owners will come pick you up if you so desire. (It is a great evening out...rent a plane...fly up to the lake...enjoy the sights, have a great dinner and return home....)
Favorite Dish: My personal favorites are either the Fillet or the Rib Eye.
Written Aug 25, 2002
WE JUST HAPPENED to be driving down through the old downtown when the Amtrak train came through. It was 6:41 pm. Now we don't actually know if it stops in Ardmore or just blows on through town, so you will have to research that for yourself.
Here are two photos of the train coming through town.
Written May 16, 2010
Luggage and bags: Don't forget that camera! You'll want to get some good shots of Turner Falls and tote the camera at Lake Murray. I like to put the long lens on and photograph the jet skiers flying by. The top of Tucker Tower is a good elevated place to get pics of boats and other watercraft if your lens has enough magnification.
Written Aug 26, 2002
Favorite thing: Lake Murray State Park it is a very beautiful park spring, summer, fall,and winter.
Fondest memory: Ardmore has about 30,000 people in it. Ardmore still has an active main street.What I would miss most would be the convience of shopping.Ardmore is a simple town.It is easy to get around in Ardmore.Ardmore is less than 5 miles from lake Murray State Park.
Written Aug 24, 2002