1 Park near Florence, Indiana
Oct 2015 - $31.00
Great park, open spaces, great for satellite reception. Not much in the area. Needs some dirt around the concrete slabs. Wifi was good when we were here but not many people were in the park. The weekends pick up quite a bit. Rate was weekly rate. - Livin' the Life
Sep 2015 - $37.00
This is a fairly well maintained campground, with helpful and friendly staff at check in. Interior roads are paved. Our concrete pad was a long and level pull through, and it was very spacious, plenty of room for the towed. Very quiet with a few shade trees, as yet too small to give much shade, plenty of manicured grass and a concrete pad with a picnic table. Big rig access was good, this park is very spacious, even for the biggest rig. However, the bathrooms and laundry were dirty, there was trash on the floor and they both needed a good clean and a major update. WiFi and cell were good. There is a small pool, lake with catch and release, playground and lots of walking trails to enjoy. There are wonderful restaurants and very unique shops as well as great sightseeing in some of the local small towns. We would stay here again. - tobyjug
Aug 2015 - $46.00
We like this park for several reasons, so we have come here a few times since purchasing our RV last fall. 1. It's close to Belterra Casino, and the shuttle will come get you and drop you off. 2. It's very close to where we live, so it's just a 45 minute drive for us to get here. 3. The place has never been real full when we have stayed there, so it's easy to find good open spaces to walk the dogs. They also have a long walking trail that goes down through the woods, and winds around by a creek that obviously has come out of its banks during heavy rains.
We were in spot #55 this time, which is one of the sides where you don't get the afternoon sun in your face. With the awning open, you can have shade through the afternoon, and you're right by the lake for some good catch and release fishing.
After arriving this past weekend, we were getting set up and had the a/c running, the TV on, and then half of our power went out. We thought it was a fluke, and reset the breaker at the pole. Later when hubby turned on the microwave, the breaker popped again. Went to the office and they gave us a 50/30 converter plug, and told us to plug into the 50-amp. We did that, had no more problems, until we went to unplug upon leaving time. We then found that our plug had black burn markets, and the plastic was melted. We had to replace the plug, and have called the owner to make sure he is aware of the problem, but he has yet to return our call.
Park is wide open, so getting a sat signal for TV is no problem. WiFi is spotty ... a lot of emails will come in overnight when less people are using it.
Baths are clean, but poor water pressure.
People still call this a new park, but it has been around long enough for them to now have problems that aren't being handled, like the breakers. They also have probably 90% of the pole lights at the sites that are out. Some money and landscaping could really bring this park up where they would be sold out all of the time. - Nekkidfish