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Overall, a great campsite. The staff were ALWAYS out and about asking if there was anything you needed, picking up bags of trash from sites, telling you about the evening's activities, etc... The pool was kept incredibly clean and the playground was well-kept as well. There were little 3-wheel and 4-wheel pedal pikes available for kids to use, although they had to be rented for $4 per half hour. They also had free bratwurst on Saturday night that were obviously a promotion offered by the manufacturer because you got coupons with them as well. Not sure if this is an ongoing thing or not, but it was a nice added unexpected touch. The only negative is one that really isn't controllable by the site, which is the train tracks that run across the road. If you're up on the hill on the left side, then it will be particularly noticeable that there's probably a loose railroad rail or tie that makes a really loud noise every time a car goes over it. That means that although the train would typically get softer after the engine goes past, there is an ongoing thumping until the entire train passes. This is not as noticeable from the spots on the right end of the campground (if looking at the office). Regardless of that, I would use this campsite again, but make sure I asked for a spot as far away from the tracks as possible.

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We stopped in Adrian on the way home from Rapid City as a stop over and were pleasantly impressed. While many may not think much of Adrian, Minnesota as much more than an overnight stop on the way out west or back east, they obviously take great pride in their site and their little town. The campsite is adjoined to a municipal park that has everything from a pool to a large playground and also has regulation baseball and softball diamonds. There is a well laid out frisbee golf course and anything you might need is within a short walk. My only regret is that I was only 'stopping by' on my way through as the kids could have enjoyed the facilities a lot more if we had.