The advertising of the "Resort/RV Park" led me to believe this would be better than what I actually observed. They messed up our joint reservations and the other party ended up with a very close quarters pull thru away from us. They claimed that our adjoining site was booked but no one ever occupied the site for the two days we were there. The water at this campground is terrible and they don't bother cutting or trimming overhanging branches that damage the trailers. I had to climb up on the roof to push limbs out of the way to extend or retract the slides. They have security but the individuals manning the security booth were older than Moses. One of the permanent guests had a trailer home and was burning green vegetation that smoked up the whole end of the campground we were parked in but no one from security did anything about it. Do yourself a favor and drive on by this campground it looks okay from the road but that's all.
A very nice campground for a overnight stay but not a destination campground. Friendly work campers running the place and they were extremely helpful with all our requests. The park is very clean, neat, and has a great little restaurant that serves 100's of flavors of soft serve ice cream. They are conveniently located off the major routes through Terra Haute so they make a great stop over location in route to your final destination. The pull through sites were large gravel sites that were very level. There were plenty of adult trees for shade and ample room to move around without bumping into the camper next door. I would definitely stop at this campground again when passing through the area.
The campground is easy to find and has some of the largest pull thru sites I have ever seen - up to 100'. That's where the good news ends. The highway noise from the I-24 & 40 was constant all night long. Trucks using Jake brakes seemed to know they were near a campground and couldn't wait to use them approaching the Tylertown Road exit. The campground experienced a transformer failure in perfect weather which typically means this is an older campground that hasn't updated its incoming power yet. The party traveling with us picked up a gear sprocket and broken shaft in his rear tire at the campground. There is a metal salvage yard next door and more often than not we would spot debris scattered along the road near the park entrance. The man who checked us in couldn't have had worse personal skills if he tried. When we inquired about a garage that might be able to fix the tire with the gear sprocket sticking out he asked "who are you"? We explained we were guests and he named one location but stated "he didn't know if they were any good". He acted like we were always interrupting something by asking him a question. The noise alone would keep us from returning here even for one night.
This is one of the nicest and cleanest campgrounds we have ever had the pleasure of camping in. The hoists were both very helpful in every regard. We spent 3 nights here, but would happily return for a week or more in the future. If you want to stay somewhere with entertainment galore nearby and one of the nation's nicest campgrounds look no further!
The campground from Hell! The road into this place is a road that "maybe" could handle two small cars side by side, but definitely not two RV's. I hugged my edge of the road all the way in but was sure if I met someone, we would be in trouble. What I didn't expect is the road to give way and force my trailer to slide down into a large pine tree. Fortunately, the tree was leaning in a great deal and the only damage was to the roof area (multiple tears in rubber roofing). The owners readily admit that they get complaints about the dangerous narrow entry road which is 1-1/4 miles long. The office is located on the best part of the campground, and the sites are on the worst part. You have to travel over a old worn out and partially cobbled together concrete bridge that is extremely narrow to get to the camp sites. When existing the camp sites you must pull way up on the owners front lawn to make the 90 degree turn onto the bridge to exit. I just barely made it through each way. The sites we booked were pull through sites, but you had to unhook your tow vehicle after parking. I carry a lot of blocking, but I thought I would run out while attempting to get level. The sites were grass and with all the rain, I needed four wheel drive to get in and out. The full time residents looked like they came right out of the movie Deliverance. This might be a campground for locals with tents but not for any type of towables. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere for a campground in this area.
Narrow road with low hanging branches that will mark up a tall 5th wheel trailer or motorhome. The pull thru sites were a little shorter than I would have expected for big rigs. The shorter sites allowed them to add extra rows but this causes difficulty getting in or out of sites. Overall we liked the campground which was extremely well maintained. There was plenty to do for families and one of the key attractions was the river rafting right on their property. I would recommend this campground to all but the biggest rigs.
The campground is located off a very rough blacktop road badly in need of repair. The road is narrow with low overhanging tree branches that must be dodged. The campground itself was okay but the photos online were much more attractive than the actual site. The office building area was littered with old construction equipment with items scattered all over the place. The owners had barking dogs that barked every time someone passed nearby. The only good/bad news is there was plenty of downed limbs for firewood that should have been cleaned up. It was obvious the owners weren't concerned about having a neat and organized campground. I would avoid this campground in the future.
This park is small and located in the country which typically means quiet and peaceful. The road noise from load motorcycles was disturbing, but the campground was peaceful. The sites were grass and gravel, fairly level some blocking required, but for large rigs a little difficult to get in or out of. Great one night stop over campground, not a destination campground.