Our stay during Frontier Days
Posted Aug 2, 2016
In January, we reserved two rooms for July Frontier Days. When we arrived at the address, a sign out front said "Closed" with a smaller sign reading "Hotel is open". After driving around the large property, we finally saw the "Front Office" and were shown our rooms. Stains and burns on the worn out carpet did not impress us but as we had paid in advance (a rather steep price) and the likelihood that no other motel would be available, we had no choice. The management agreed to replace the sheets in case they had not been changed since the last resident. Our two-night stay was livable but not comfortable. Breakfast of cereal, honey buns or toast was served in the make-shift office with very little space. The price of the rooms during Frontier Days was nearly tripple the normal price but I assume the same would be true at any other motel. I would say, however, the young staff were as accomidating as possible. When asked by a local where we were staying, that local person said, "That place burned down". Apparently a portion of the motel has been saved and that is where we stayed.