We had a choice today of driving 250 miles (our usual travel distance) or push it and drive 380 to our goal. We chose the short day and stopped just off I70 east of Indianapolis.
We are back in Midwest farm country, as attested to by the big red barn in a soybean field.
We found a nice little campground just off the interstate. It is a Good Sam park, also Passport America. The Good Sam rate was $31. We opted for the Passport America rate of $17. We were given a 90’ long gravel pull-thru with full hookups, 30 amp. The site was very sloped so that we had to unhitch to level up.
The New Lisbon Family Campground is situated on a long narrow property. The front is all wooded with rvs that have been there a long time. The sites there are filled with yard art, screened porches, and old wood piles. We drove through it to the back which is this open field which backs up to the interstate. There is a building here with laundry/showers/restrooms, a nice playground, and a big fishing pond. There are long-term back-ins along the edges.
Most people seem to like to camp in the trees, but we prefer the open—it’s safer!
We have only a two hour drive tomorrow.
Louise and Duane