We stopped here for one night traveling along the I-65 corridor. Owner friendly, sites all flat, large open sites. Roads and sites are gravel. Right by the interstate: the highway noise did not bother us. But then it was so hot our fan or a/c was on most of the night. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it if you are traveling through Tennessee on I-65.
We spent 5 mights here. The roads in the campground are paved and the sites gravel with a patio pad. Sites all seemed pretty level. This campground is on the Santa Rosa Sound and not the Gulf. We stayed 4th of July week and the place was full. The sites are quite tight. Your awning/patio is right next to your neighbor's sewer line. All the staff we met are quite friendly, helpful, live right on the campground, or stay seasonally in their rig right here. We would stay here again. Their 'beach' is a joke: so don't going expecting to be 'on the beach.' It seems it is well maintained and the employees take pride in their campground.
Sites were gravel and mostly flat. Most of those there were seasonal it seemed. This campground is 22 miles from I-65 which we did not expect. And of course 22 miles back to the interstate. You have to use the Highway 64 address for your GPS. Minimal shade. We would not stay here again as it is too far off our I-65 route.
Easy access on east side of Indy off I-70. Stayed in June - so indoor pool closed. Parked by lake - it was nice. Quiet in the eve. Wi-Fi - never were able to connect even though we were told we were in a very good spot for reception. Par 3 9 hole golf course was fun to play - well mowed. This looks like in it's 'hay-day' it was quite the place to go - needs new life and repainting done. All in all a good place to stay. Lots of families as kids loved the "swimming' hole"