Our trip was along all backroads, but was most enjoyable except for one slightly disconcerting moment when we had to pass under a bridge with a height of only 12 feet 3 inches. Our motorhome is 12 feet 2 inches, so we took it very slowly, but got under it without mishap...whew!!
We made good time and checked in just after lunch. There was not a huge selection of sites but we did eventually find a pull through. The pull throughs are just awful. Obviously laid out many years ago before the large RVs of today. The sites back onto each other, with one RV facing one way and the other facing the other way. The problem is that each of the sites are so narrow that it would be almost impossible for two RVs with slide outs to park next to each other. However, we did get into the site, with the passenger side of the RV right off the edge of the parking spot.
|An unoccupied site|
|As you can see, not enough room for two RVs on one site.|
|The other "half" of our site.|
|An A Class tried to get into this site and succeeded on ploughing up the edge of the site.|
|This was taken the day after the great flood, but just to show you the setup.|
|Demonstrating the picnic table bridge.|
|The entrance to Timberlodge.|
|Only a few RVs in the park.|
|Looking back toward the entrance.|