3.48km from SupplyLine Country MarketI read the horrible reviews here when we looked online but my wife and I were traveling for the past few weeks with a small camper and ran into Memorial Day weekend and absolutely no walk-in campsites to be had anywhere. We decided a few days in a motel would be the best thing to do. Unfortunately all motel rooms were booked too. I looked online and found rooms here at Econo Lodge in Henderson. Probably vacancy because of the reviews. Sure enough, plenty of vacancy when we arrived. The area is fairly low income but we needed a room and we often like to stay in acceptable low cost motels. We ended up (and actually here on day 2 as I write this) on the back side on the second floor. The outside is nothing special so looking at it you might think the inside is the same. But the room Is actually very nice for a low cost economy chain. It looks recently remodeled, a comfortable king bed with two end tables, good tv and cable, and pretty spacious. Microwave, Fridge, round table with two chairs, desk, dresser, closet, luggage table, and a pretty comfortable arm chair. The bathroom is modern and newish with good hot water, and the whole place is very, very clean with no odors, mold etc like I read about here. Oh, and the AC works good (90+ degrees here right now. I'm from Maine, 90 degrees is just this side of hell for me). The owner is here with his family, isn't too talkative but polite and leaves us alone. We're here for three nights, two days. Asked the maid to leave us alone till we leave. No problem. A Burger King is a couple hundred feet away and lots of small inexpensive restaurants in the area. A food lion 1/2 mile up the road. We went to the lobby this morning for breakfast. Clean, nothing special on the menu but okay. Two cereals, milk, OJ, coffee, toast, small commercial muffins and breakfast bars, and a waffle maker with syrup. I know this sounds like a glowing review compared to the others here but actually it's one of the better low priced chain motel rooms I've stayed in, and over the years I've been in a few. But, I'm calling this one like I see it. For the price point the room is 5 stars... One star less for everything else. 'For the price point'. That's an important consideration. It's not an expensive room. Oh, the pool comments you see.... It's small and on the side end of the motel. It's empty and looks like it's just not used and hasn't been for awhile. I'm here to sleep anyway.