We had a need to stay one more day at Lake Pleasant Regional Park to be able to receive a delivery from UPS of an air mattress we ordered from Amazon due to our old mattress having developed a leak. Reservations were over for our campsite in the Roadrunner Campground, so we decided to explore our options. One options was shore-line camping which only cost only $12, but rising water levels made us a little uneasy. Another option was semi-developed campsites in the near-by Desert Tortoise Campground. Semi-developed means a site without water and electricity, but they are only $20 a night compared to the $30 we had been paying for these conveniences. After a driving through the three separate loops in the in the Desert Tortoise Campground we found this delightful lake-side site in the Pallet Loop. Only one other site was occupied in this 13 site loop. We had it all to ourselves except for two passing coyotes, one of which we watched hunting squirrels.