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The park is up a fairly steep hill, just off the main street and highway, easy to find if you are watching for signs. If someone is checking in, and not pulled all the way up, you may have to stop on a steep hill. The climb is asphalt, but at the top, entering the R.V. park, it's gravel. We spun the tires a little coming in. The check-in process sets the tone for the stay in a RV park for me. The lady could not have been more somber and 'all business' no hi, how was the trip, where did you come from, nothing. After she checked us in and took the money, she started with the rules, lots of rules. I guess if want a friendly face, bring the dog in. The escort could not have been nicer and more helpful. Back in site, but ample room, sites are fairly close together, but you have a strip of grass and a nice white plastic table. Also a fire ring. It is quiet here, no trains, planes or highway noise. We were glad we chose this, as the other park is down off the highway along the river in a hole. You can walk down the hill to the town. There is a white van I have seen here transporting people, we were not told about that, so ?? about the van.

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Tiny RV park in a tiny, really neat 1/2 of a Ghost Town. Level sites, tight, but OK. Pull in the RV park, go to the office, there is a sign to go across the street to the gas station to check in. He has a school notebook with the names written in. Old school. Post office across the street, but traffic isn't a problem. Just off the highway, railroad other end of town, it's only missing the airport for noise, but it is a nice overnight. People at office are super nice.

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Right turn, left turn off the highway up over the tracks. If you have low clearance issues with the rig, you may scrape coming back out over the railroad tracks. It is a trailer park with long-term residents, pull-thru sites, but the rear of our 5er was 30' from the front door and barking dogs of the 1960's vintage trailers. The residents don't like the RV folks. There are trash cans at each site, covered. No problem with the upkeep of the park, it is clean and well cared-for. Sites are level and you have a patch of grass with picnic tables, close together, but ample room. The manager is a sweet-heart, very accommodating and friendly. For a one or two night stay, it's OK, and cheaper by far than anything around.