Magnolia's Farm invites you to enjoy a peaceful and comfortable stay in our camping field. Choose your site on the shaded tree line and warm up ar around the community fire pit. Campfire wood is available at an additional cost on site. A porta potty is available for guests to use.
The O'Connell House was built in 1840 by Horace Smith, a well-to-do farmer. The Cragin family, for whom the Cragin Memorial Library is named, moved here after a fire at their home. The O'Connells were the third owners. Annie ran the town's first telephone switchboard and, with her sister, Margaret, also operated the Lenoco Inn and Tearoom here. The Johnstons came next and ran an antiques store in the back wing. Today the house is again owned by a Smith family but of no relation to Horace.