8215 N Delaney Park Rd, Scottsburg, IN 47170
May 4-7th, 2017
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Cabin 22- Landon and family
Cabin 23- Raymond and the Ferret (LOL)
This Campground should offer everyone that wishes to come accommodations that they prefer. There is a Primitive camping area, modern camping area with water and electric, and cabins (linens not provided). The cabins do have bathrooms in them. When I spoke to the campground on the phone they did recommend calling and making reservations. Currently it is their offseason and she is only in the office on Fridays from 9AM-5PM. Starting around April 3rd someone should be there full time. There onsite restaurant will also open for the season around April 3rd.
There is a $2.00 "Gate Fee" for every motorcycle, it is a one time fee for your entire stay. Cars are $5.00.
I have reserved Cabin 22 for Friday and Saturday nights. The cabin rates have increased for this season to $84 per night (their website still shows last years pricing). Cabin 23 and 24 are close to cabin 22 if anyone is looking to stay in a cabin and all of us be close to each other.
Here are some photo I took of the property.
Bath house with Laundry (It was locked up so I couldn't check out the inside)
This area is just to the left of the bath house and is the closest primitive camping (no water or electric here)
Here are a few more shots of the primitive camping area. All three of these pictures were taken standing in the same place. In photo one you can see the bath house and it would be a little bit of a walk. The primitive camping area is large, we wouldn't have to worry about having enough space. Primitive camp sites are $14 per night (you are allowed two tents per site so cost can be split)
If you want water and electric you will have to get a modern camping site and they are just on the other side of the bath house from the primitive. Modern sites are $19 per night and have paved access. I imagine you might be in a sea of RV's in this area. Again two tents are allowed per site so cost could be split.
And lastly for those that don't like to rough it there are cabins available. There are deluxe and rustic available. Deluxe is $85 per night and rustic in $84. The Cabins do have bathrooms in them.
The main difference is the deluxe have two queen beds and satellite TV. These say they sleep 4, but I'm not sharing a queen size bed with any of you. The rustic say they sleep six and have two full size beds and one bunk bed and NO satellite TV. I imagine the rustic are about like the cabins at OHSTOC. Both cabin tye have a fridge, stove, heat and A/C. No linens, utensils, or cookware though.
This is a rustic cabin and there are three of them right across from the bath house near the primitive camping (Cabin 22,23, and 24)
With this location everyone can stay in the area they wish and everyone will still be pretty close to each other.