Full hook-ups meandering around picturesque country settings.
In 1877 the Nelius Family settled here at Coushatte in Bellville. They farmed cotton and raised cattle and used horses in the fields until after 1948. In the 1950’s Trenckmann Nelius began to raise chickens. Cattle raising was still practiced, along with farming maize to provide food for the chickens.
In 1973, Trenckmann & Margie started the campground named after the Coushatte Indians that thrived on this very land long ago. There is a Indian mound on the ranch, and many arrow heads have been found there.
It’s grown to 225 RV sites with full hookups and includes three unique event halls ranging in size for a variety of events and is also home to the annual Pickin’ & Grinnin Festival in late October.