I would not stay at this CG unless I had no other choice. We had a power surge one day over 136 and if not for my surge protector it would have caused serious damage to the MH. Most sites are 30amp and water only. Verizon cell and internet was not available. You could go to the office to use 20 minutes of their Wi-Fi. 2 days PSA $11 a day. 2 days full $22 a day. $2 a day for electric. Has grass pull-through, side by side hook-ups. Nothing allowed on grass.
This is an old KOA that needs updating. You are paying for the closeness to the new Grand Old Opry and the music hall they have on-site. One night they had free entertainment (7 people showed up); the other nights you had to pay. The showers are small and old; the shower vent was clogged with dirt and crap. True they finally installed cable because there is no way that you can get satellite TV in most of the spaces. The pull-thoughs are not long enough, unless you have a 20 ft travel trailer. The roads throughout the campground are only wide enough for one vehicle; if you meet someone going the other way you will have pull over into the grass or mud. A 40 ft motor home will barely fit on one of the regular pull-throughs, and you will have to park your toad in the mud in front of your motor home. The sites are only 10 ft wide and they make or will give you pads for your jacks because the asphalt is already cracking. There are only 9 true pull-throughs, patio sites, costing over $70 dollars a night. When we pulled into our site we ran over the sewer connection which was buried in the ground. When I hooked up the water hose and let it run a minute, rust came out of the hose. When we registered, they said they were full for the time that we stayed there. I noticed 3 other better sites that were vacant the whole time we were there. They put us in a site adjacent to the work-kampers within 100 yards from Highway 155, really noisy. You are better off to stay at one of adjacent campgrounds that are cheaper and look wider.
The only half-way decent park close to Indianapolis. It is in an industrial area. Pull-through spaces for coach and tow were not long enough to accommodate our 40-foot coach and toad. It was very tight to get in and out of the site. Water pressure was terrible (below 35psi). Most sites are side by side gravel and too close to each other.
We stayed only because it was the closest campground to Madison. This is an old KOA with gravel (dusty roads) and gravel pull-through sites. The staff was courteous and nice. Price was with KOA discount.