When making the trip to Sturgis, this is a must see. It is definitely an experience being the worlds largest biker bar. The pictures say it all.
Here is one unique bar. We found it while driving through the badlands.
Fun place to visit.
Lates has been around for a long long time. During the days when Gypsy went to high school this was the lunch time hang out.
The food is always good. Cheese curds and onion rings are very popular and quite delicious.
Pizza burger with cheese curds
Lates homemade onion rings.
Gypsy and Lonestar at Lates. Visiting Lates is a tradition whenever we get to Manitowoc, WI
This restaurant is one of those small town icons that has survived all these years. It will be one of those places we visit anytime we are in Manitowoc, WI.
There is counter and table seating. This was quite a popular place. It was Sunday lunch crowd and people were waiting in line.
The food was great. The menu has many items to choose from and what we had was great.
We really enjoyed this restuarant.
It is always fun while traveling to find different restaurants. Hometown Grill was exceptional.
Small town diner with great service and great food with real generous proportions.
Cheeseburger and Fries
They have a real varied menu, something to satisfy everyone.
We really enjoy staying at Corp parks, and this one was no exception. The lots are large but do require some leveling of your RV.
Pets are allowed at Tompkins. The standard rule is to keep your pets on a leash at all times. We found some campers would not secure their dog at their site which, although the dog may be well trained to stay, can still cause problems as other dogs walk past. Also pet owners need to clean up after their pets. This was not a big problem at Tompkins, but yet there were still those who don’t see the need to pick up after their pets. It is only common courtesy.
The park has a nice beach and boat dock. The swimming area is cement bottom which I thought was great. I didn’t have to worry about sinking in deep sand .
The designated swim area is roped off for swimmer safety.
Tompkins Campground, Cowanesque Lake, Lawrenceville, PAKayaking, fishing, or cruising the lake in a boat is a great way to see the beautiful lake.
We did a self-tour of the Cowanesque Lake Dam.
Gypsy & Ten Pin at Conwanesque Lake Dam
Gypsy & Lonestar at Conwanesque Lake Dam
Dana’s Diner, Lawrenceville, PAWhile visiting Lawrenceville, the fire stations burned down and was a total loss. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured.
Tompkins Campground, Cowanesque Lake, Lawrenceville, PAOnly one fire truck was able to be saved.
We found out about the fire when we went to this fabulous little diner. The food was amazing, servings quite adequate, and very friendly staff. We ate there three times before we left Lawrenceville, PA
There dis a Walmart only 20 miles away for all your camping needs/.We really enjoyed our stay at Tompkins Campground. Ending our evenings with a crackling campfire.