Chose Little Red Barn because it was on Good Sam list from past years. They've dropped their membership so not on current list. Small, tight roads and turns to get in to transient section of campgrounds. Seasonably are all in the front middle and look like they were allowed to take whatever site they wanted and shape it to their liking years ago. We chose a pull through and once we made it in, felt it OK. Fortunately we were the only one in the pull through area or else our slide and awning might have touched a neighbor's slide and awning. Sewer dump is in front of office/store and you actually have to drive off their property back on to town road to pull back in to dump - then pull back out when you go to leave. Not exactly super service in my book. Lots of tent sites, but lots of black flies, mosquito's and ticks. Had rained the day before we arrived in mid-April and a lot of sites still had standing water in them. They were just installing Wi-Fi around the campground when we were there. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid for two nights, but we left after one. The "Pull Thru" had too sharp a turn so we had to back in. Since this campground was in the middle of nowhere, it is easy to get lost and the roads in the area are very winding and narrow. We had to call the campground for directions and they couldn't tell us how to get there when we were actually only 10 miles away. The man at the office acted like he didn't want to be there at all. Our spot was very isolated and pitch dark. Thankfully we got satellite reception. There are many long term and storage spots which makes it an eyesore. Skip this one. We camped here in a Motorhome.