Although Roy and I were shooting for a September 1st departure, our leaving Miller Creek R.V. Park on the 3rd worked out beautifully. It was nice to have the extra few days for increased organization, visiting friends, and letting the Labor Day weekend crowd disperse. We pulled into Johnson Creek R.V. Park early in the evening, and was thankful for my having done prior research. The park is located about 6 miles out into the country without signs informing of its presence. Without knowing where we were going, Roy and I would have been stressing, and settled for one of the more expensive parks in town. We also learned a lesson about websites. Our first choice in parks was located in town, and their website made the park look quite pristine. When we pulled-in to check it out, we couldn't believe the difference! The pictures for the website must have been taken 30 years ago, when it was new! Lesson learned: Never make a months reservation site unseen! Johnson Creek R.V. Park was our second choice, and appeared online to be more rustic than we might want. It turns out to be a reasonably priced upscale park in a serene country setting. Roy and I had planned to stay a month, but on day two of being here, we've already begun considering staying an extra month!