1 Park near Straughn, Indiana
May 2015 - $15.00
We came into the campground for three days and have just extended to another 3. We read the reviews and almost didn't stop. This is a case where we would have missed a wonderful campground and a great site, by reading reviews from unhappy campers. When you come in you do pass by the permanent residents, but then you come to a beautiful clearing and this is where we short-time, or overnight parkers stay. We have a great space, Number 1, but any space would be good. The owner was delightful and tried to please everyone. The WIFI worked and we had excellent satellite reception. It cost only 15.00$ a night with PPA. We stepped out onto nice grass and the Highway was not a problem. It is close but didn't bother us at all. They have installed 3 new dryers. They didn't even charge more for the holiday weekend. We will definitely stay here again.
Thanks Don, and all of your staff. - Rea and Joy Edenfield
May 2015 - $16.00
This is the second time we have stayed at this park. It is very close to the interstate and really ideal for an overnight stay. It is probably 80 to 90% permanent residents but the sites are clean and well maintained. These sites are mostly wooded, while the transient sites are out in the open. The roads and pull-thru sites are gravel but level with convenient hookups. These sites were a little narrow; we had no problem getting our slides out but doubt if we would have had room for the awning. The staff is friendly and helpful. We didn't use the restrooms but I did look in and they seemed fine. There is a nice lake for fishing. - SandyA
May 2015 - $15.00
Only 30 amp service is available; this makes it tough for a large Motorcoach to use A/C, etc. The bathrooms are in very poor condition and the laundry room had no working dryers.
It is OK for an overnight stop, but I would not suggest longer stays. The I-70 noise is not very bad at all, but the number of run-down permanent campers, 30 amp service only, and poor bathrooms makes this an unacceptable RV park for us.
We probably would not stay here again. - 600 Day Travelers