Another visit to Kandiohi County Park East (formerly Park 2). The update is that the RV sites are all paved. Water and electric at every site along with a picnic table and fire ring. A dump station is located near entrance of the park.
We found the RV park to once again to be very well-maintained. Spaces are of average size. We were happy to see the paved lots.
Several public restrooms and shower facilities are kept clean and maintained. Docks for fishing, boat launch, store well-stocked for those items you forgot.
The R&R campground is well maintained. Lots are gravel, pull-through sites with full hook-up. Average space between lots.
We only stayed one night at this campground, but found it to be very nice. The lot space was comfortable and the grounds were well maintained. Sites are mostly gravel with a few cemented.
Fire rings and picnic tables at each site. The outdoor heated pool is well-maintained.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Well equipped store in the front office too include necessary camping items and also souvenirs.
The one sight we wanted to see is the Corn Palace. All the art work and wall murals are made from corn. The art work on the exterior of the building is changed every year. The interior is refreshed every 10 years. As the corn and stalks dry out spaces begin to show which have to be redone.
Elvis and Willie adorn the outside walls along with many other lovely art pieces.
The photos below show White Man and Native American:
Smoking a peace pipe
Children and adult spending time together.
The above photo depicts White man on the left, Native American on the right and they come together in the center shaking hands.
If you want to see some unique artwork, visit the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota. And if you are going to be camping check out the R&R Campground.
We have an Ace RV with a King bed. It has some room to walk around but the bed is still difficult to make since you can’t reach to the top of the bed. The mattresses in RV’s are light, so what we have started doing is to pulling the mattress away from the headboard so we can make the top part of the bed first. We then slide the mattress back into place and finish putting on the fitted sheets. Bed-making made simple, at least for us.