We only stayed here one night, but what a sweet night it was! Absolutely beautiful…perfect grass, perfectly peaceful, and beautiful weather, too! Bathhouse was fine...the shower I had was fabulous…hot water that never runs out with good water pressure is like a little slice of heaven on earth! J
Onsite, they had an Oregon Trail Education Center that we visited. This was not as extensive as the Interpretive Center in Baker City, OR, but it was still worth a stop. The only bummer was that when we arrived, we realized we had a hole in one of our tires; you could actually hear the air escaping! Fortunately, Steve was able to get it patched in town & have rims exchanged for a whole $14, & now it is our spare.
|Check out the realistic baby in this display|
|Our RV if we lived 150 years ago|
The girls had a fun time building a house out of Styrofoam & decorating it. They didn’t want to toss it the next morning, but they had a great attitude about doing it anyway.
We totally loved our time here & would not hesitate to stay here again!