Since I like to prepare my own food, whether or not a campground has a restaurant or snack shop is not usually high on my list when I select a campground. If there is a camp store, I might buy a cold drink or a small container of ice cream (if the mood hits), but I have found that camp stores have a small selection, are often overpriced, and many times offer items that have been sitting on the shelf too long. The one exception to this was a small family-owned campground (Bielava Summer Resort) that I visited in north-central IN. They had a wonderful restaurant with an all-you-can-eat Polish buffet featuring traditional, homemade foods. I'm talking stuffed cabbage rolls, sausage, sauerkraut, potato pancakes (with sour cream, of course), cream of mushroom soup, numerous salads, and many other favorites. [My mouth is watering as I type this . . . ] Certainly not typical camp food, but it was some of the best Polish-style food that I've ever had. Have any of you come across other culinary surprises during your camping stays?