Stayed here so we could visit the National Motorcycle Museum, which was very nice by the way, in Anamosa.
The park used to be called Walnut Acres. It has potential but not being used. Quite a lot of permanent residents moving their lawns. Dusty road. Gravel site. Our sewer pipe was buried in the grass with no lid. No cable. Wifi works. Water smelled of chlorine. Good water pressure.
Shower was dark and hot. Rubber mats on the floor. We didn't use their bath house.
They had a nice train ride for the kids. The staff was nice.
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