But before I leave Midway mentally, I need to alter my rating of the shower house there. It wasn't very good. There were two hooks but not much else that could be said. The hand drier was broken and no soap. The mirror above the sink was gone and written in magic marker where it should be are the words "Don't worry-your beautiful!!" (Not my spelling.) A very battered "Out of Order" sign decorates the door of one of the toilet stalls. Fortunately we had full hookups at our site.
Things are in better shape here but that doesn't mean there are aren't any signs. Private campgrounds tend to have more rules (and no grills or firepits!) We went to the 'Club House' when we arrived to avail ourselves of the laundry facilities. First of all, there is a code to get in the door. Then on the wall of the laundry room is a thermostat with a sign NOT to adjust it below 78 degrees because "the unit freezes up." Okay, fine, but the whole thing is encased in a locked plastic case--I'm not sure the NSA could adjust it.
Above the commercial washers are signs about what can't be washed in them (rugs and bedding) and what can be (3 pairs of jeans and 4 shirts.) Above the dryers are similar signs except only heavy bedding is prohibited. A dilemma for me. I needed to wash sheets so did the sign mean that I couldn't wash them in the washers but I could dry them in the dryer? A conundrum. And they never said whether you could wash or dry underwear.
Many campgrounds have little lending libraries and, if so, I usually donate one of my books. So I asked at the office, and she said, yes, they have shelves of books in the 'Club Room' at the clubhouse. But she would take the book because they keep that room locked unless there is a rally going on here. No signs explaining all of that.