I was at both last year. There was a rally at Jellystone that we attended. My main complaint was that I could not put out my awning because it would hit the MH parked next door to me and I was at the rear of the CG. Those are small sites designed before slides were thought of and not updated. Pine Ridge has gravel roads but we have never had a problem with dust while there. The sites are very large and about 2/3 the price of Jellystone. Try a banana split at Tony's but make sure you get enough spoons for the whole table. They start with 1/2 gal. of ice cream and add from there. Bronner's will take a day to go through. We like the bakery and everything else at Zehnder's restaurant. There is a small difference between Zehnder's and Bavarian Inn but Zehnder's will give you a coupon for their bakery downstairs with a meal and they have the best bakery. Kern's for summer sausage and then go up on Junction Road & West to Bernthal's market for any meat you may need. We love the town and go quite often.
1995 Roadtrek 19 Versatile
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