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Date of Stay:
June, 2018 -
This park is little more than a farmer's field with some gravel spread here and there. The sites are less than adequate for a larger unit. Our 40' fifth wheel took the entire site and left little room for our truck. On day one I was told to park my truck on the side of the site next to the pedestal (4x4 in the ground). The first night that area became a pool of about 6" of water. On day 2 I was told to park across the site in front of our trailer. That supposedly caused a 45' motorhome to get stuck in the mud. On day 3 I was told to park at the rear of my coach. That blocked access for other travelers to get to their sites without becoming mired in the mud which was everywhere. Finally, I parked next to the coach (very close) so that I couldn't use the picnic table (not that I would...it was very dirty). There is no sewer connection except for gray water. We were told the gray water is dumped in the adjacent farm field. The electrical service is deficient to say the least. I was getting low voltage alarms for the entire 10 days we stayed there. On 2 occasions, my batteries were completely depleted so we sat in the dark. My power monitor was showing less than 90 volts most of the time. The management/owner is rude...but maybe that's just his way. We would not stay here again on a bet. We camped at Tree Haven Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Kroger, fuel, fast food 6.7 miles away in New Albany. Best tip - don't stay here unless you absolutely have no choice.