We live on 10 acres in the Country. There are Mennonite Dairy Farms all around us. My husband was a farmer all his life. I am a LPN, we also drove semi trucks until our retirement.
We have space for 3 spots on gravel and 2 spots on the grass, all for any size rig. They are all level spots.
We have over 20 years experience in 5th wheel trailers. I have the computer skills. We are vegan vegitarians.
1 Doberman Pinscher, 1 Border Collie, and 1 Cat
We are members of the Carriage Travel Club. We enjoy going on Carriage Rallies all over the country.
We are members of the North Central WI. Antique Steam and Gas Engine Club in Edgar, WI. They have an annual show, this years dates are August 24, 25, and 26, 2018. There is also RV parking on the grounds for a fee. They also have a very large Flea Market.
Our town, Thorp, WI. "celebrates" the cow. There are more than 10 full size, life-like cow statues all around. Ask us for a color brochure. There is a map to all their locations.
We have a 1996 28 ft. Carriage Carri-lite 5th wheel trailer, with 16 ft. slide-out. The tow unit is a 3500 Dodge Ram Quad Cab, dually Pickup truck.
We loved our stay with Mexican Train on our way to Countryfest in nearby Cadott, Wisconsin. Such a nice and welcoming couple. Thorp, Wisconsin is right in the middle of a charming Mennonite area where you can see immaculate horses and buggies going clippity cloppety down the road all day. Our RV parking spot was next to a big barn on their 10 acre parcel of land. Kathy used to park her big rig here. They strung a 110-cord out to us which was great. Our rig looked out to a beautiful corn field to the west of us with breathtaking sunsets. And the Verizon signal is very strong. Kathy worked for over 30 years at the Veteran’s Administration as a nurse before she got the wanderlust and became a long haul trucker. She is also an Emergency Medical Technician. She has spent her entire life helping people which is her nature. He is a retired farmer and trucker himself. She took the time to come talk with us and introduce her beautiful dogs, and she invited us back for apple season when their trees are ready for picking.
We had the privilege to stop in the heart of Wisconsin on our way to the EAA Oshkosh air show July, 2016. After checking our route we found Mexican Train along our way and about a mile off the highway out in the country. They responded to our request and greeted us with some local cheeses and a very nice parking area in front of an out building and even ran electricity for us. If you enjoy being off the beaten path and don't mind being away from it all, this is a place to check out. Thanks again
Rural America at its finest! Had a wonderful 2 nights stay; was taken around to the local stores and eateries; and met some of the best people ever. Highly recommend Mexican Train, and if I pass this way again, would love to stay there again!
I'd come back and stay with them again. We parked our 5th wheel in front of their barn and hooked up to a 20amp service. An occasional clip-clop of a horse and buggy - beautiful sound in the country. A few lights in the surrounding area, but not enough to block out the starry nights. A great stay with great people. Thanks Ty, Maggie & Fifi
Kathy and Joe were very welcoming and friendly. She gave us beautiful homegrown veggies and had bought cheese curds for us. Their place is not far from the highway and easy to get to. It's a very nice place to spend the night.
In our tour from PEI to Lethbridge Alberta via the US, the nicest small town we enjoyed was Thorp WI. We really appreciated the hospitality of the hosts at the site in Thorp, Joel, aka Truman, and Kathleen. A few miles from the highway, this site was quiet and peaceful, qualities which we appreciate. Kathleen brought us some cheese curds from "downtown!" Can't beat that. Plus they recommended the Thorp meat market, which was terrific, as well as Sweet Memories bakery. A fine meat market and bakery go a long way to making a site "extra" special! We spent a few dollars in Thorp!