One may accuse me of being a bit biased since I worked in the office here for three months, but I can honestly say this is a really nice campground. The location is ideal as it’s about 3/4 mile from downtown, 1/2 mile to the famous flea market (held every Tuesday and Wednesday) and surrounded by interesting shops. While that sounds like it’s in the middle of lots of activity, it’s still a very quiet and peaceful campground.

The grounds are well maintained with cute accents throughout the park. The bathrooms are kept exceptionally clean and there are two pavilions (one enclosed) for large groups. There is a laundromat, playground and camp store. An RV wash is available for a small fee. There is no swimming pool.

WiFi is free and is more than adequate for checking emails, ordering on line and googling information. If you do a lot of streaming, an additional WiFi package is available for purchase. Packages are accepted in the camp office. TV is great over the air (no cable) and you can get all the networks.

Most sites are full hook up, pull through, 50 or 30 amp and run about $50/night. They also have a variety of back in sites. Overall, the sites are fairly level with a gravel base. There is shade at many camp sites. There is grass around each site and there are pastures along two of the campground boundaries where there are horses and colts frolicking.

We give this campground a 7 out of 10. HAPPY TRAILS!

Published by Ramblin' Rosie

We are retired nurses with a desire to explore the United States, and beyond, in our Winnebago motor home. We are accompanied our three pups, Fanny May, Kaiser, and Rosie.

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