WATERLOO, Wis. — About a year ago, Marshall’s Whistle Stop Campground was a pile of dirt.
Under the direction of Bud Styer & Associates, LLC, the campground opened in May and just completed its first season. The campground took in $237,590.97 in revenue this season which exceeded the village officials’ projected revenue of $149,000. Village Administrator Adam Ruechel said that the current year’s expenses were $229,000.
“There is a slight profit being made in year one, but we won’t have a finalized number until the audit is conducted in January,” he said.
Read the full story from HNG News.