The campground did not have an office. There was a stop sign by an RV and that was where the two RV Gypsies paid for their site. They got a site right by the playground, as shown below, but luckily no children were in the campground at the time. As a matter of fact, for the two days that the two RV Gypsies were here, all they saw was the man that checked them in, one lady, and the man who mowed the grass. (It was a travel trailer club that accepted Passport America members too). There were several RVs in the park, but no people.
The two RV Gypsies got a nice site with 50 amp and water, no sewer. They were parked on the grass which they thought was too beautiful and healthy to park and drive on. TV had several stations and came in good. The two RV Gypsies used their own Wi-Fi. One train came by each night around 1:30 a.m. blowing its horn of course.
The two RV Gypsies were not given any campground rules and were told that they could check-out anytime they wished as long on their appropriate date.