We stayed at the Heritage Inn, but took several walks through the campground. It's open lawns with trees to break up the heat. Very modern, pleasant. About half full, mostly with travel trailers and motorhomes. It would be a good place for tents as the grass makes a nice area to sleep and a soft floor.
It was quiet with small groups of campers around several fires talking. No loud music or sounds. Just the sounds of the land on all sides.
Rates: $26.00 (37 sites).
Amenities: electric, water, bathhouse, laundry
It's right next to the 'Village'. You can come and go as you please. Take a break when you want and get back to the village without a long trip. It appears that they host special events, as out front of the campground were large grills and awnings. I expect that holidays are busy and that there is a lot of extra's available.
The pool at the Inn area vailabel to campers.
Great location. It's out in the middle of the country. Except for the Sauder Village Complex (museum, village, restaurant, bakery, campground), you have to drive to everything. Believe it or not, that's a good thing. Plenty of space and yet, you don't have to get in the car for anything (if you don't want to).
Interior courts, large open lobby with plenty of space to meet and greet friends and groups. Wide halls, prairie walk, right out the south door. Plenty of space for the kids to feel free. Walk out first floors with grassy lawns. No fear, just to let the kids run and you can enjoy relaxing.
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