Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Campground Review: Small Country Campground, Louisa, VA

Steve chose Small Country Campground as a place for us to catch up on things a bit after another crazy busy spell of sightseeing.  Great find, I have to say.  This is definitely a family friendly sort of place, with lots of residents in addition to those just passing through.  We used Passport America, so the rate was $20/night.  We had full hookups with a spacious, shaded site, a jumping pillow (not sure how we missed getting a picture of it), a pool, playground equipment and sandbox, laundry facilities, a bathhouse, and super fast wifi.   Not only that, but the owners are super nice.  When we extended our stay twice, we ended up getting our last night gratis---what a treat!!  Our site was next to the jumping pillow, so the kids could actually go without us.  It was almost like having a fenced in backyard again!  They jumped and jumped and jumped and jumped.  Even Genna & Jake loved it.

We missed getting a photo of the jumping pillow, but here are our friends we met at the Civil War re-enactment.
Other than jumping & swimming, we did double-time for school, trying to get to the Civil War before we make it to Gettysburg.  Steve took advantage of the lightning fast wifi and began his quest for work in earnest.  And...we ate, slept, and did some laundry (& I got the chance to be the laundry fairy for once & pay it forward!).  It was almost like normal life!  Ha, ha!

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