Truth in Advertising

One of the downsides to RV living is knowing whether to trust online advertising. Websites are notorious for making their campground sound appealing and lovely. This one is certainly not one we would have chosen if we had seen current and accurate photos. I usually read several reviews but this one had a mixture of good and not so good. I figured that the poor reviews were just extremely picky RVers. Actually, they were right on the money. Oh well, it’s just for 2 nights and the small historic town is worth the shabby campground. Our views are of a flour mills and a car lot. Soon to be back in the woods at a green and private state park. All is well….even when it’s not 😉

Our lot in life for 2 nights

Published by karenebarker

Free Range Human traveling North America by RV with her Beloved

2 thoughts on “Truth in Advertising

    1. They have a big “no refund” sign at the check in. We decided to learn from the experience and take the poor reviews more seriously. Sure won’t return here again though and my Google review might make them decide to spruce up the place.


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