The spot is in the center of Kasson a town of 6000 about 15 minutes from the Mayo clinic. Kasson is a safe small town atmosphere. There are trees and a creek right behind the camp site. The site has a clean gravel parking pad and is shaded through most of the day. Police and fire departments are a couple of blocks away. The site is walking distance from laundromat, grocery store, post office, hardware store, lumberyard, several restaurants, auto parts store, and a propane fill station. A free dump station is a few miles away and easy to access.
No drinking or smoking on the premises. Pets must be leashed at all times. You can throw small amounts of trash in the trash can but if it is full you will have to pack your trash out with you. There is a free community dump station just 3 miles up the road in Mantorville.
Right off main blacktop road in town. RV parking is right behind the school building on a gravel drive. If you pull in, you back out. If you back in you pull out.
in front of or behind rig.
Once the snow flies the site is not plowed so will be inaccessible. Otherwise any time of year is fine.
Hubble House Restaurant. Dodge county historical society. Mayo clinic. Historic Mantorville. Disk golf course. River valley 9 hole golf course that is almost 100 years old.
We had to cancel at the last minute and Johannmon was extremely understanding and helpful. There should be more people in the world like this!
We stayed the night before and the night after an appointment at Mayo Clinic.
The hosts were welcoming and helpful. We stayed in mid October when nights are longer and a little colder. The 30 amp service was much appreciated. We did leave a donation.
Thank you so much for hosting.
We were welcomed to TAC Center Camp and helped to level our camper. Had an interesting visit with the host and appreciated access to the site.
Great conversation and an excellent stay. I expect to be back.
... that this gifted Teacher makes BDW, Kasson, Minnesota and the World a better place. He does not pretend to be perfect, but if ever he requests your Hospitality or Assistance during his Travels you should consider yourself truly Blessed:) Long Live The Spirit In Man on Earth!
This was a great place, electricity was available but we didn’t use it. Heard train once. Easy back in site, quite level. Would stay again.
We were passing through on a changing schedule. The host was very considerate of our needs. We only had a few minutes to visit but had an interesting talk about the TAC Center. Small town quiet at night. Would stay at the site again if in the area.
... on behalf of our Lord and those who venture forth - on legs, wings or wheels - in pursuit of knowledge, beauty and truth. Simply THE BEST of what BDW represents:)
At first glance this unassuming BDW Location - at the edge of a well-weathered and cozy small town - seems commonplace until you realize the myriad comforts and advantages it has to offer: a reasonably flat gravel pad with 30A service, running water & GOOD WiFi; SHADE on *both* sides, with leafy trees gracing a manicured lawn and handsome home; walking distance to a decent sized local Grocer, Pharmacy, Mayo Clinic, Laundromat, Post Office, Hardware store and LOTS more! All of which is ultimately secondary to a handy Host who knows Motor-homes, is intelligent and Helpful, and genuinely cares about people:) You are bound to receive more than you give, but rest assured that your generosity will be used to serve members of this humble Host's hard-working, family-friendly community:)))
Johann communicated with us about our eta, then greeted us and assisted in the parking process. He generously shared his garden produce (zucchini and cucumbers)! He is an attentive, generous host.