Date of Stay: August, 2012
We stayed up here for the weekend since we were doing work to our home and needed to stay in our camper. They have full hook up along with up to 50amp electrical service available. The sites are pull through but they are a little tight. The sites are small width wise and sit horizontally right up to the roadway. This campsite is mostly used by locals and construction workers along with people who live in the bottom lands and have to seek shelter in high lands when the Ohio River comes up. The campground manager was very kind but difficult to get a hold of for reservations. The park is county owned and has the largest aquatic center in the city of Evansville. It is also well maintained. I gave this a 6 mainly because of the site sizes. We have three dogs and they were welcomed without resistance. The previous managers did seem to complain about animals but the new ones are much nicer. If you are passing through and needing a place to stay, this is an okay campsite.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
We have stayed here many times since I was a kid. This is a great park. The pool is very clean although it is on the other side of the campground so you have to drive there. The sites are mostly level but some need a little tweaking. We stayed in site 20 and our 32' RV fit in the spot without much difficulty. There are some areas of the campground where water is some distance away. I would recommend a few more water hydrants in the campground. We had a great time and will definitely be back in the fall.
Date of Stay: April, 2012
The camp sites are close to level from side to side but still needed a little tire blocking. The site was okay for our 21BH but our friends with a 33ft 5th wheel had it a little harder to set up due to the sites not being deep enough. Water is available up front to fill your tank but the hydrants in the campground are NOT threaded. JUST AN FYI. All and all we had a great time and the catfish were biting well on the lake! We plan on coming back soon. We stayed at site 345 which would have been difficult for a 5th wheel or any camper with a passenger slide out due to a tree.