Friendly staff, helpful, small sites, dated facilities, easy access. Parked on the site next to us was an empty 5th wheel (I think it was a rental). What may be classified as a pull through, exited directly to the street. Overpriced for the facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The owners and workers were very friendly. CG is small but well kept and quiet. Their Wi-Fi was down the first day but they repaired it. If you are in a site along the stream the front of the site is perpendicular to a road going to a Tyson factory but didn't present a problem. Our rate is Passport America. I took one point off the rating because the sites are rather close together. I'd stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I previously reviewed this campground in October,2005. Little has changed. Several of the sites were closed for repair. The management was on the property and was most friendly. This can't override the dismal condition of this poor park across from a Tyson Chicken plant. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is marginal in its amenities and services. The office was not open during the day upon arrival, I picked a site on my own. The sites are rather crowded (unsuitable for slideouts) and the grass/weeds were overgrown. There is a Tyson chicken processing plant directily across the street allowing for lots of truck noise. This park is overpriced for the area and services provided. It is OK for a stopping over spot (if you wish to pay the price) but I wouldn't want to stay there under other conditions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites are very small but all gravel and not muddy. The host is very friendly and helpful. The town is quaint and in walking distance. The pool is tiny and this is NOT a destination CG but it is clean and convenient to a lot in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 8 / 10 ]
We stayed there on the way to a rally in Kentucky, the park was packed with rv's. The owner was going above the call of duty to keep up with everyone's requests. We enjoyed our stay there. You can just walk across the bridge and you are in historic Corydon, as civil war buffs we were impressed with the town. We will stay there again, if we get to that part of the USA. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.