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Old 05-01-2015, 10:37 PM   #11
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We have stayed twice at the Amish Log Cabin and Campground.We love it here!
It is quiet and very nicely kept and quite small.You can hear the horse and buggies going by at night and in the morning.It is about 5 miles north of the downtown(5 min.drive) There is lots of parking near the downtown area.We checked in and then drove with our 32 foot Sunseeker and parked,to shop and eat.It is really great in the fall as everything is decorated so beautifully.
The play they do at the Blue Gate Theatre is very good.
Quick drive over to Elkhart to factory.
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Old 05-02-2015, 11:03 AM   #12
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The flea market has its own campground and if you stay there you can come and go to take your time.
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Old 05-02-2015, 12:45 PM   #13
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Will check out the Amish Log Cabin & Campground.
The one at the flea market you can't reserve, that could be a problem.
Thanks for the input.
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Actually it was the Forest River Rally that initially interested me in this area but the date didn't work.
That's too bad

Well, you COULD stay at the Fairgrounds - they do have RV facilities there. It is pretty central to the area, the rates are good AND you could say that you got to the rally REALLY early this year

Seriously, good CG, and while you are in the area, you may be able to schedule a tour of the plant that made your camper! Another good place to visit is the RV Hall of fame and of course you MUST have a meal at Das Essenhaus!
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Old 05-02-2015, 01:24 PM   #15
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That's too bad

Well, you COULD stay at the Fairgrounds - they do have RV facilities there. It is pretty central to the area, the rates are good AND you could say that you got to the rally REALLY early this year

Seriously, good CG, and while you are in the area, you may be able to schedule a tour of the plant that made your camper! Another good place to visit is the RV Hall of fame and of course you MUST have a meal at Das Essenhaus!
Sure appreciate all the input as we want to see all we can while there, unfortunately the plant that makes our Surveyor will be running RPods most of June. We all so have a Quailridge park model so I have a query in now to see if that works. Is the fairgrounds reservable and do they have showers ?
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Sure appreciate all the input as we want to see all we can while there, unfortunately the plant that makes our Surveyor will be running RPods most of June. We all so have a Quailridge park model so I have a query in now to see if that works. Is the fairgrounds reservable and do they have showers ?
Yes & Yes!
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you MUST have a meal at Das Essenhaus!
Can't recommend this enough. They have amazing food.
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Just stayed at South Park campground. $40/night, full hookup. Decent facilities, small lots but nothing extra. South end of Shipshewana, short drive to downtown.


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