Honeymoon Week Three: Greenville Farm and Family Campground

For our last week, we wanted to stay pretty close by, as we had some local errands to take care of.  Greenville Family Campground looked promising, and so off we went! 

Greenville Family Campground is situated on a working dairy farm.  There were quite a few other campers there -- some contractors staying locally for work, some families vacationing, and some travelers just passing through.  There are tent sites, 30A RV sites, and full hookup sites with 50A and sewer.  The scenery is beautiful with wooded campsites and trails, rolling farmland, ponds, and a resident blue heron.

We were surprised at how few of the sites were occupied.  There are clues around the campground that suggest a much busier past, such as the pedestals for electronic gates with the arms removed, laundry facilities with half of the appliances out of order, and showers that have a rod for shower curtains, but no actual curtains.

The pool, however, was well maintained.  We spent one afternoon swimming with some resident frogs before shuttling them down to the pond where they would be happier.

 Frog friends.

Frog friends.

Releasing the frogs we abducted ... er ... rescued from the pool.

 It is surprisingly difficult to take a picture of a heron.

It is surprisingly difficult to take a picture of a heron.