no-frills or no frills service or product is one for which the non-essential features have been removed to keep the price low. – Wikipedia

We are taking our time traveling back to Indiana, covering about 200 miles a day. We are also looking for landmarks to take pictures of with our granddaughter’s “Flat Stanley”. Today we took pictures at the U.S. Rocket Center and Space Camp in Huntsville, AL. We visited there in December and knew it was pretty cool.

When we are staying somewhere for a single night we try to find a clean reasonably-priced campground. We belong to “Good Sam’s” and “Passport America”  RV clubs and look for their discounted campgrounds.

Tonight, however, we found a private campground just off the interstate that defines a “no-frills” operation. It looks like a farmer cleared part of his property, put in some basic gravel roads, and installed sewer, water and 50 amp electric service for each campsite. Cash only and you get it all for $25 a night…what a deal. It beats Motel 6 and we get to sleep in our own bed!!

Tomorrow we will stay at a Passport America campground near Mammoth Cave for half price…$17.

Time for more pictures!