October 18, 2020 - reviewed by Traveler
Management nice and accommodating. Sores close together. I happen to get a real shady spot. Spots level. Great overnight stop. Didn't check restrooms.
October 1, 2020 - reviewed by Captain
Nice friendly place with a park manager that was about as nice as can be.
September 15, 2020 - reviewed by Anita Butler
After 8 hrs. on the road, needed a place to stop. Owner very nice and helpful. Small rv park, but clean. Level site and beautiful pine trees all around. Good rates. It was perfect for our afternoon/evening stay.
February 2, 2019 - reviewed by James R
Really Nice Owner
Owner was really nice. As we pulled into the site she was there to make sure everything was okay. The campground has some nice back-in sites in the pines. The pull-through site we had was gravel and level and had 30/50 amp. There are no trees in the pull-through area, and the pull through sites are extremely tight. We had to be careful putting the slides out, and there is zero room to put out the awning. It seems like many of the campers are semi-permanent or permanent. All that being said, it's close to I65, quiet, and definitely satisfies the need for a quick one-night stay at a great price.
October 10, 2018 - reviewed by Brenda
Quiet small park. Nice folks. No cable and internet is bad but that’s most parks. Overnight stay. $32
July 23, 2018 - reviewed by Tammy
Nice place for the night, we called around 8 at night, had room for us. They was even watching for us when we got there. Made sure we was all set up.. bath houses and laundry...
July 16, 2018 - reviewed by Jenny
Nice, quiet park ground. 1 mile from 65. No traffic noise. $32.
All pull-thru. Great to stay overnight.
May 7, 2018 - reviewed by Scott
Overnight On The Way Home
Small, simple. Friendly staff.
All hook ups. Gravel pads were good and ours was very close to level. Sewer tubes were deep i ground and our 90 degree wcouldnt seal. Good facilities. Walmart is 16 miles away as well as a few rv sales and service stores.
There are long term residence there as well. Paid $32 for the night.
February 11, 2017 - reviewed by Dean
A mile and a half off I-65 this is definitely just an overnight destination. Not very big with only a few pull thru's for larger rigs. Gravel drive throughout. Paid $32 for full 50 amp hookup. The lady that checked me in was very nice. Appears to be mostly smaller long term trailers. Clean enough and a few amenities like a laundromat make it a good place to hang your hat if only for the night.
January 15, 2017 - reviewed by Nolan
Nice people who run it. Have to watch going into it the entrance comes up quick. We only stayed 1 night. Gravel pads and full hookups. Some low hanging branches on the way out. No ice so if you need some pick it up before you get there. Good stopover for a night or so.