This is definitely an RV Park, it appears they cater to a lot of overnight travelers (one night stays) but did have a few sites that had "monthly" campers in them. We had trouble accessing the Wi-Fi, but later found out "our computer" was set to a dedicated IPS address for our home network. Be sure to have yours set to "automatically detect settings" LOL. The Park was easy access from I-65 and was set far enough away that you didn't hear the traffic. It has an open field setting but the sites were of adequate size and roads were easy to navigate. The sites were pretty level and made set up fairly easy. This seems to be a newer Park. The owner was very friendly and we saw him out a few times during our one night stay. The park was very clean, offered Propane at a reasonable price, though we didn't need a fill. Overall, easy access, clean, friendly, but more of a stop over than a long term visit as there wasn't much to do in the park.
This is truly a campground, not a RV Park or Resort. True, they have gravel roads and some tighter turns but we saw noticable widening improvements for the larger units. Many sites had trees and the branches were cut back to allow parking without much trouble. They had a few pull through sites that would accommodate larger units. (I'd suggest calling ahead if you are in a Big Rig.) We didn't notice a lot of overnight "One Night" campers, maybe one or two. More in for the weekend or longer. They offered us a full hook-up site (our choice of 30 or 50amp) for the same costs. It appears they have a mixure of campers, from overnight/weekend campers to seasonal and monthly camp sites (which were all full). The restrooms were clean during our visit and they were upgrading some campsites and doing some power line upgrades during our stay. They had minimal personal experience/informaion on local attractions but had brochures & maps that gave us the resources we were looking for. We walked down to the Wabash River and saw there were mostly tent sites due to lower terrain. The owners said they allowed Pop-ups and tents in the lower section but did not allow generators to be run. Campers wanting power were suggested to rent a site offering electric as "tenters" didn't want to listen to generators while camping. Overall we enjoyed our stay and they seemed to have a lot going on but still had time to talk to us and answer our questions.