Founded in 1884 by pioneer settlers, this dairy farming village originally included a store, hotel, bank, and cheese factory. The quaint town today is very reminiscent of its original land claim, and is now home to eclectic shopping, including a rural farm store. Every summer, the town holds a Clover Days celebration, with a parade led by a local cow. If you get hungry, stop in at The Dory restaurant in the center of town.
The RV campground, Camper Cove, is a throwback to the 1950s. It offers 15 full hook-up RV sites and three with electric and water only. In addition they also have tent sites with fire pits to cozy up to and picnic tables to enjoy a family meal. Or go “glamping” in one of three cabins for a homesteader experience. It’s a great experience the family will want to make a tradition.