Mill Creek Ranch RV and Cottage Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMill Creek Ranch RV and Cottage Resort Canton
This is a beautiful campground. We would recommend it to anyone that would like to visit the First Monday Trade Days Markets. First class resort and the people are friendly, kind, and helpful.
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Last night we thought we had to leave and not go to the market place because our A/C went out in the unit and we spent several hours......sweating up a storm, even though it did not rain!
Randy tried several things and couldn't get it to work. We looked up on the computer for the closest Camping World because it is still under warranty and …
Another delightful day with my wonderful hosts Frank & Marie Wilson.
Frank needed to replace some tyres on his big trailer before lending to his friend Henry who was getting a load of hay for the upcoming winter.
Frank & I headed into nearby Vans to get the replacement tyres for his trailer and I could not pass up the opportunity to take a picture of the signs in front ...
Up reasonably early and we were off for a pleasant drive down the country roads of Lindale to the Cowboy Church at Tyler.
The service was most enjoyable with a band and delightful singers.
Met a whole bunch of local cowboys/cowgirls and some fellow bikers.
Stopped off at Tyler for lunch and wound our ...
Even after I insisted that I sleep on the lounge, Dave graciously told me to take his bedroom instead - he was being kind to the old man's back I think!
Great hosts - had a lovely time with Dave, Abbi, Alli, Hope & Luke and his mates Jeff & Craig.
Dave and I went for a breakfast burrito then I hit the road - bound for Lindale to stay with Frank ...
... talked a bit to the salesman, but his offer of only $6-$7,000 on our beautiful Monaco Windsor in trade sure didn't sit well, and the coach we were looking at needed new tires and a new windshield.
On Wednesday, we got up early and drove the 4 hours (in the car) down to Houston, where there was a Safari Cheetah I had seen online that had an interesting floorplan...a small lot, which wasn't very impressive after ...