We live in a small town on a deadend street. Site is back in only on gravel drive. Mostly level. 50 AMP electric is located on outside of building. Water fill avialable.
In a small town with all paved roads. Watch for low hanging trees but easily avoidable.
We are a working couple who enjoy traveling in our 31'Class C motorhome. Site is available when we are here so notify us when you would like to stay and we will let you know if site is available.
Crawfordsville is 6 miles to the north some points of interest there include Lew Wallace Study, Old Jail Museum and Carnegie Museum to name a few. Parke County Covered Bridge Festival is 30 miles southwest.
This was my first BW stay and I felt welcomed and safe from the time I drove down the street. Communication with these hosts is impeccable.
I loved that there was a field at the end of their dead end street where I could let my road-weery dog run. The neighbors were kind and helpful as well. The gravel driveway is wide and reasonably level. 50 amp service right out front and there is a water spigot nearby. The best part was visiting with the host, sharing travel stories and sitting in the garage like we knew each other for years! If I come back this way, I will be sure to stay again if available. These hosts are what make this service fantastic!
We needed a place to rest and this was perfect. These hosts are kind and inviting. They were communicative and flexible. We enjoyed chatting and sharing travel stories. Their site was level and fairly easy to back into. We are 53' from front of our truck to back of our trailer and we were able to fit with a little room to spare. They live in an adorable, quaint town.
Our host were wonderful people directions were very good no trouble parking was very accessible we had a good visit shared our stories of our adventures we would deffently would like to see them down the road in the future nice to meet down to earth people. Thank you from all of us
This is a great location and the hosts are delightful. Got to see the Rotary Jail House and shop some local Amish produce and cheese. Had a wonderful time talking with hosts swapping life and travel stories. There is a lot to offer in the area and they have easy hook up.