Date of Stay: December, 2010
We called this park from the road to make sure they had sites available. Upon our request, and after telling the lady in the office that we were coming West on US-30, we were given directions for traveling East. After attempting to locate the park, along with a totally confused GPS and several call backs to the office, we located the park sometime after dark. We obtained registration info from the night registration box and found our site. The park was crowded with long term residents, with only a few sites available for big rigs. Once we were set up, we used their bathrooms and showers which were found to be old, dirty and in disrepair. Both showers have access doors to the laundry which anyone can use, male or female. The men shower was dirty with plenty of evidence of recent use without cleaning. The woman's showers were dirty with long black hairs spread around. One of the faucets in the woman's shower had no hot water, and another had a bench falling off of the wall. Upon completing the registration info, we were referred to the rate schedule posted on the door. Upon a closer look, we found no rate schedule at all. Wanting to leave early, and the office not being open, we guessed at the appropriate amount and deposited same through the slot in the door. Although this park is one of the very few in the area, we will pass it up the next time passing through the area. We gave the park a "2" rating only because it was there.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
We stayed at this park while working at Amazon.com. It is conveniently located to Amazon, Wal-Mart and Campbellsville as well. The park is gravel with everything one might need for short or long term. The owners and managers are very accommodating and attended to what needs we had. Although there was an initial problem with their Wi-Fi, it was corrected in several days with no problems experienced after that.