A Debt of Gratitude
It turned out. I was bleeding internally and spent the next several days in the ICU. My wife found herself with no vehicle and her husband in the Hospital.
The comunity at the campground was amazing. I say community as it was just that. Our camping neighbors helped my wife, the staff and ownership offered use of a car and rides to and from the hospital and assured her not to worry about our camper being there well beyond what we had reserved and paid for.
We were able to get my truck from the local dealership where it was towed and pick up the camper about a week later. The owner stopped by while my father-in-law was hooking up the camper. Not only did she allow us to keep the camper there and not charge us for the additional days, she didn't charge us at all.
Unfortunately I saw very little of the campground. What I did see I liked. I need to spend a few mow weeks healing but I look forward to going back. They have earned a customer for life!