Ideas for the “Sunflower Barn”

01/25/2009 at 8:01 pm 2 comments

The Sunflower Barn has been used for many events, including RV rallies.

4/29/2009  UPDATE:  This year we will open the doors to the Sunflower Barn during our regular office hours so our guests can sit at card tables, play darts, build jigsaw puzzles, toss ladderball, or just sit around and visit without being outside. We hope our guests enjoy this additional feature to our facilities.  


1/25/2009 ORIGINAL POSTING   The “Sunflower Barn” at this RV park has been used for parties, dances, RV rallies, family reunions, birthday celebrations, and other gatherings. These are “special occassions” and we want to have the facility used on a more regular basis.

We’re considering new ways to use this building for our camping guests and we’d like to hear from you.

We tried hosting dances here, but the campers just didn’t come out of their RVs to participate (or even to watch).

Ideas are welcomed and our staff will evaluate them. Ideas often times build upon themselves to create an even better idea.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. 39mike  |  02/22/2009 at 8:46 pm

    Farmer’s market for fresh produce once a week.

    Educational seminars for RVers or tenters.

  • 2. Keith Bennett  |  02/23/2009 at 6:56 pm

    Flea market with a % of $$$ going to locally great causes. You know us RVers always have to much stuff!


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