1 Park near Charlestown, Indiana
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Spacious, well maintained sites with level pads and conveniently located hookups. Well off the main road so things are nice and quiet. No issues with getting a DirecTV signal from our site. Wireless wasn't offered by the park but our Verizon signal was strong and steady for both voice and data.
The rules state one vehicle per site and, boy, they aren't kidding about it. I witnessed the security patrols ask two different families to move their extra vehicles, which was appreciated.
One thing to note if you happen to be coming in later in the evening: Be mindful of the signs directing you to the campground area as the site map is just that - a site map only. We came in at dusk, not knowing that and drove right past the campground area as the signs are tastefully small. Once you get past the turn for the campground the road gets narrower and uncomfortably winding so pay attention!
If you're coming in from Louisville, it might be better to head up past the I-265 exit and get off at Exit 9 on I-65. There are newly installed roundabouts at the Port of Indiana exit on I-265 headed towards the campground that were somewhat interesting in a 35' rig with toad. - PirateMonkey
Nov 2015 - $30.00
I LOVE this campground. Full hookups, many sites are quite private. Spent about 10 days here, and weekends were more popular--but there were still many empty spots. Weekdays? It was just me and a few others. Really quiet, peaceful, interesting park. Camp hosts were very friendly.
I have a 35 foot travel trailer and did happen to pick a site that was a bit tough to back into due to the electric grid across from it. However, I got into it and loved my spot for it's amazing privacy. Literally couldn't see the people next to me, if any had been there, nor the people behind at all, as they are separated from the rest by very large expanse as well as lots of foliage. If you were to pick an electric only site, you'd have even more privacy as I only saw like 3 or 4 of those used at all. I'll definitely be coming back to this campground. - drdit92
Sep 2015 - $40.00
I could not ignore the negative post about the camp host. We spent 5 days in July and 14 days in Sep directly across the road from the camp host. They were two of the nicest people we encountered during our 4 months of travel. Maybe if people obeyed the rules camp hosts would not have to raise their voices. Also had occasion to interact with park manager - another very helpful and competent individual.
Re the park, large beautiful sites, only drawback - no WiFi. To remote for cable but had no issue getting good satellite reception (may not be possible in many sites due to numerous trees). Would definitely recommend this park, the best we have found in the Louisville metro area - we have stayed in many and speak from experience. - dennis44