This could be the model for what an RV park should be. Clean, spots not too close, courteous and helpful staff, easy to reach, beautiful setting, well maintained, and all at a modest rate. Only thing it might have to make it a 10 is a swimming pool, since it is HOT, HOT, HOT (and humid) in the summer and the lake's shoreline is muddy and rocky making a dip in the lake an unlikely happening.
I'm still trying to figure out why Trailer Life gave Cross Creek such a high rating. Your introduction to the facility is via a rough mile-long gravel road that descends alarmingly upon entering and ascends challengingly upon exiting (our transmission fluid overheated so a red light came on on the dash board). When we reached the RV park we stopped to look for a sign for the office. When we found it we started up a hill only to find our one-ton truck would not make it up the steep hill so we backed down and parked so we could walk up to the office. Most of the 60-plus sites are up there but fortunately there was room in one of the four back-in sites below. After much hassle backing into the spot, which was nice and wide though didn't have a lot of maneuvering room, we had a nice perch with a view of the small lake. We eventually went to the sites up the hill and found them to be mostly tight backins, not particularly attractive or comfortable-looking. There is a lot of activity stuff available-- boats for the lake, fishing, a decent swimming pool, shuffleboard and the like. Fortunately they accept Passport America and Campclub USA so two of the three nights were $14.50 and the third was $29. As we were leaving I found myself wondering why they even bothered putting an RV park there in the first place. Not the worst place we've been to, but certainly among the also-rans.
Serviceable site. Best thing it had going for it was proximity to Indianapolis. Being within 10-12 miles of downtown to a big city is a plus I have found, having been 35 miles from Cleveland, 40 from Chicago, 40 from Houston, 25 from Cincinnati, 18 from Louisville The park itself could use some work and the sites are a bit close to each other.