This is a true diamond in the rough. Not for everyone, have to be a bit adventuresome to appreciate the flavor of this place. About a mile off the hwy down a dirt road, smooth and graded though and just fine. The 3 spots available (yes 3) are fine for 45' or so and all pull through. $25.00 for all the amenities, 50 amp, sewer, etc. Good cell reception and the sat TV worked fine. Wonderful older couple own the place, she gave us some tomatoes from her garden for dinner. Total quiet at night, about 8 miles north of Belleville. I would go out of my way next time to stop here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I wish I could give this park a higher rating but it is rundown. The restrooms were out of toilet paper and did not look very clean and the trash cans were full. However, the elderly lady who runs the place was very nice and friendly and the setting of the park is very bucolic. Also the park itself was clean with no trash laying around. Cell phone service was spotty and, unless you have a satellite, there is no TV. We were able to get two stations on the radio, however. We enjoyed our stay here. It is certainly out of the way and quiet. And about the only park for many miles. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This small little park is quiet and located about a mile off of Hwy 81 on a gravel road. It is run by an elderly couple who live there who are sweet and don't bother you a bit. Sometimes you never even see them. We use this place to visit nearby relatives. There is wildlife everywhere! We saw deer, badgers, raccoons and heard coyotes. If you want peace and quiet and don't care about TV, internet or cell phones then this is your place. Belleville is about 8 miles south of here. This is farm country and it is fun to watch if you are there at harvest time. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is nothing but a graveled parking lot with 15 full hook-up (W/S/E) around the perimeter. No trees/shade. There is an office/old trailer on premises with a drop box for cash/check only payment. Stayed here 3 nights and never saw anyone. Right on the highway, but traffic noise was not a problem. No Verizon signal for Verizon 3G wireless modem (did have spotty National Access 1xRTT). Did have AT&T cell phone service. Would stay here again, only because it had 50 Amp electric and quick access to Hwy. 81. We camped here in a Motorhome.