The campground is open to Tiffin owners desiring service, or to non-Tiffin owners who wish to take a factory tour (free!) and learn more about quality craftsmanship that makes Tiffin a successful company. The campground is a gravel and asphalt area adjacent to the service bays. With over 90 sites,
we arrived here and snagged one of the last spots available. We quickly settled into our full hookup site. There is no shade or amenities other than hookups and a lounge area offering refreshments and some puzzles to occupy your time while your coach is being worked on. With attendance to a factory tour Mondays through Fridays at 9:30, you will receive a free one night stay. Otherwise a nominal fee is charged. A campground store is available offering Tiffin t-shirts and as many Tiffin specific parts as you can think of. Service here begins early, so plan on waking to the roar of engines at 6:30 am each morning as customers pull their rigs into the 60 bays on site. The best thing about staying here is not the campground itself, but the people in it. Each evening Tiffin owners stroll about and swap stories about travels, service, maintenance, or just their lives . Reservations are not accepted, so arrive as early in the day as possible. A RV park just a few blocks down is also available if a hookup site is not available here.
Good Sites: None
Poor Sites: None
Hookups: Water, Electric & Sewer
Potable Water: At Each Site only
Dump Within Facility: At Each Site Only