3 Parks near Richmond, Indiana
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Since we were using Passport America we had to use a back in and had to unhook our tow. The site was a little unlevel and would have been a mess if it had rained, there would have been a lot of mud. The owners were very nice and helpful, plenty of trees and several wood carvings that are beautiful. It wasn't too far off the road so it was fine for overnight. The wifi worked in their barn (rec room) and was fine. - SGF
Jun 2015 - $32.00
We enjoyed camping here so much we extended our stay. The campsites are relatively spacious and the campground has lots of trees. We were here in early June, and the fields and trees surrounding the campground were filled with fireflies at night; it was lovely. The campground owners are very friendly and accommodating. In addition to providing fire rings and picnic tables with care to level the table, they also recommended events and museums in Richmond which were delightful. We travel with two dogs, and the campground is very pet friendly and has a small fenced dog run for dogs to be off-leash. The pool looks inviting and clean, and although it was too cold for us Floridians to swim, others were enjoying the pool. The campground is conveniently located just off I-70, but there is no highway noise in the campground. - User3725
Aug 2014 - $32.00
The rate reflects a Passport America discount but extra charges for a pull-through, 50 amp, pet, and taxes. This was a 1 night stop over for us. I wish we had just kept driving and pulled into a rest area. The lady at check-in was nice. The site was awful. It looked like it was in a ditch. There was a rising hill with a tree on one side and a wooden platform on the other. We eventually had to pull around and back into it. We had 50 amp and full hook-ups but we were dirty and muddy by the time we finally could settle in. - Tom&Sophie
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Nice owners and park is old ,but clean. WIFI is great. Sites are fairly small, but Okay. Easy in and out. Would stay there again. - johnmackxx
May 2015 - $32.00
Lovely farmhouse surrounded by mostly permanent RV sites studded with mature trees. Transient pull-thru sites are very level but next to the road which can be busy at times. Very easy utility connections, very good wifi, good Verizon signal, able to get a good satellite shot from our site. - jbrucemagon
Apr 2015 - $25.00
The campground was very nice and the owners were especially helpful and friendly. They checked me in and helped me back in, even though I arrived after normal office hours. They even helped me fix a minor problem on the RV. The site was level and the utilities well placed. The Wi-Fi was good, although not secure. I only stayed one night, so I didn't have opportunity to make full use of their facilities, but the restroom was clean and well maintained. Very reasonable for a full hookup site. Would stay here again if in the area. - Dashonthedash
Oct 2015 - $44.00
The owner was wonderful, site pretty level. Even though beside the I-70 road noise was not that bad. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well, would definitely stay here again. - DBSnowbirds
Sep 2015 - $33.00
Very well kept campground. We stayed in a water/electric site behind the small lake. We could still hear the traffic on I-70 but it was ok. The staff I met when we chef in and again when we left was very nice and we talked about RV travel for a good while. Will definitely stay at this campground again. - WV_Retired
Aug 2015 - $40.00
A little GEM of a campground
We stayed here for two nights in August and thoroughly enjoyed the campground. When we arrived The owner escorted us to our site. The grounds are immaculate, park-like with level sites and concrete pads, table, BBQ pit, cable and wifi. The sites are at least 30 feet across, with many pull-thrus. There is a pond as well. The owners are continuously taking care of the grounds, power washing cabins, manicuring the grass, cutting down dead or low branches and keeping the bathrooms spotless.
The owners are the nicest people. The second day we stayed we asked them for things to do locally. They suggested the Levi Coffin house, which housed run away slaves from the underground railroad. They also suggested stopping at an Amish Market and an unusual toy store, Veach's Toy Station, where you will find toys that are not in your typical toy store.
Yes they are next to the interstate, though if you request a site towards the back you will barely hear the cars. I am an extremely light sleeper and had no problem.
We were sorry we had to leave, though will definitely return while traveling along I 70. - SusanZ