I've wanted to visit the air museum for quite some time. Using the RV park associated with it seemed a no brainer. We arrived just before the 4pm Gift Shop closing time after a long day's drive to what was initially a very disappointing park. We do our best to stay at the very finest facilities. This was simply an asphalt parking lot with our back wheels on 'grass' - a far cry from our normal haunts. After spraying what might have been ants hills (though I didn't see any ants) I reminded myself that what I foremost want in an RV park is a safe & quiet place to park. And, with exception of a fair number of trains in the audible distance, it is certainly that. With time, I began to appreciate what the park does offer. Six totally level full hook-ups sites. No obstructions for satellite TV. Good shopping relatively close by. And a great aviation museum. This Plane Jane served to remind me that beauty is only skin deep. Ironically, we never made it to the air museum. But we will next time! Contact numbers have changed! Contact the air museum gift shop for reservations at the park. And be advised that GPS routing will likely have you use an off-ramp that is likely to be closed for the foreseeable future.
The sites are as mentioned a parking (small though) lot. There is however a huge grass area as well, and dogs are allowed off leash, if good. The aviation museum is amazing, and even the storage for it behind the RV park has interesting artifacts. Across the street is the Google autonomous car tasting facility, and though I don't think you can go there, you can see them driving around. As for the camp hosts, they were amazing, even gave us fresh tomatoes, and let us check out his amazing creations planes.