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TravelPod Member ReviewsMitchell KOA
Have stayed at several KOA's so far on this trip. So far they are the best. Customer service is awesome. I will book more on the return trip.
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... the road for the long drive over to St. Paul, Minnesota. We stopped in Mitchell, SD to see the Corn Palace. It was under Construction so not much to see there Except this stuffed animal that was to die for that my mother wouldn't get (I'm still emotionally unstable) - (Madison). I decided to buy some corn nuts at the Corn Palace... mistake.... I had ...
... wonderful time seeing the kids and baby Charlotte over the last several days. Dave is in California for a family wedding (returning tonight), but we were able to see him Wed. evening when we first got to Riverside. We spent all day Thursday with Katie, which was lovely, of course. The weather was picture perfect the entire time we spent in the Chicago area, and so on Thursday we decided to go to the Lincoln Park ...
Today we started off the day by having an all you can eat pancake breakfast at the KOA. Only$2.50 per person. With an exciting start like that how can you have a bad day?
It rained ALL NIGHT so the tents were sopping wet and had started to soak through into the inside by morning. However, we had to get going so we folded up the tents (wet) and got on our way.
Then we made ...
... to prove the fertility of South Dakota soil. The third and present building was completed for it first festival at the present location in 1921. The exterior decorations are completely stripped down and new murals are created each year. The theme is selected by the Corn Palace Festival Committee and murals are designed by a local artist. Best of all there is no charge to visit this one of its kind articultural building (art + agricultural).
The Palace, with its mad ...
... nude magazines, we keep on to the city of our aim, and eventually arrive at the highway signs directing us to either St. Paul or Minneapolis. We’re all scrambling to find a place to leave the bus, each having friends in varying places, but ultimately Shmark’s friend is in the highest of spots, and we park Pearl in their apartment’s lot amongst Hyundais and station wagons; she doesn’t stick out too ...