North Clarendon, Vermont
Iroquois Land Family Camping
It started lightly raining about 5 am, we weren't in any hurry as we were only driving about 60 miles. I decided if it was still raining later, we'd just stay another day.
Of course since we had a plan B, the rain stopped and we started hitching up around 9 am. Vern was outside packing up and I saw Carolyn and Craig packing up.
We traveled down 22A and across route 4 to Rutland. Iroquois Land Family Camping is 2 miles south of Rutland.
When we pulled in there was a sign on the door that they would be back at noon. This park looks like you are parked on a farm. It's has very new looking 50 amp electric. There aren't a lot of sites but to the right were the full hook ups and to the left were the water and electric sites. It's $7 a night extra for sewer and since we are only staying until Saturday I opted for water and electric. We just pulled into an empty one and I went down later and registered. I had called yesterday to reserve a site.
I noticed a small swimming pool, horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball. There is also a small building with air hockey. When I asked about a laundry I was told there was a washer near this shed and there are clothes lines for drying--no dryer. Oops, I forgot my clothes pins.
It was cloudy all afternoon so we just spent the day watching the turkeys.
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