Our very first trip in our RV. A shakedown trip, if you prefer. Good trip, nice campground, seems well managed, kept up, quiet. Very enjoyable, very glad we went there.
Country store = check in, has ice, propane, basic park maps. Some sites have sewer, also dump station at exit.
They call this the home of throwed rolls because all during your time at the table, waitstaff roam up and down the aisles throwing soft, buttery, warm dinner rolls at the guests.
We're talking comfort food. Chicken fried steak. Meatloaf and gravy. Hog jowl. Barbecue ribs.
The sides are endless. Waitstaff wander table to table ladling out seconds and thirds. Fried okra. Macaroni and tomatoes. Black-eyed peas. Southern style all the way.
Just watch out. When you hear a waitperson yell “Hot Fresh Rolls” you better be ready to duck. Cuz they're a-throwin' them.
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