The two RV Gypsies picked this campground because it had a gas station right by the office. The sites were nice, long, and spacey, with some grass on the side and trees for shade. The roads were dirt roads.
The water pressure was very low. The campground Wi-Fi was not working. TV gave only a few stations. Trains came by often, with very loud horns blasting even late in the evenings after bedtime.
It was a small campground but had rest rooms, showers and laundry, all of which the two RV Gypsies did not use. Two vehicles allowed per site. Charges apply for early exits. (what is that?)
Most standard campground rules applied such as no washing RV's, clean up after your pets, no horseplay or rowdiness allowed in the park, and check out time was 11 a.m.
What did the two RV Gypsies hate about this place? The trains mostly, and the lack of working Wi-Fi and decent TV and the campground made the two RV Gypsies change sites on the second night for no apparent reason.