This is a small campground behind a motel and restaurant. RVs and
campers must check-in at the hotel office. The office did not want to
take credit cards. Check-out time was 11 a.m. There were about 33 spots
and they were all pull-thru's about the same, each with a small patio
and a picnic table. All of the grounds consisted of well-packed gravel,
which was nice.
four TV stations came in, and none of them were major stations worth
watching. The paperwork says the major local channels come in, but there
was only one Spanish station, one garbled station, a child's station,
and one other weird station. Trains could be heard.
Karen Duquette hates train noise. Their Wi-Fi had a code, but
it wanted to be part of a home network which meant everyone in the campground
with that code would be networked together. Karen did not like that
so would not use it.
The two RV Gypsies have stayed here twice just because it is near to their friends' house. The price was reasonable.