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Old 09-20-2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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Campground around Greenville

Any recommendations on a good campground or RV reasort around the Greenville, Ind area that will accommodate a 40 foot motorhome and tow dolly with Scion IQ.
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Old 09-21-2012, 07:53 AM   #2
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I don't know of a Greenville,In. There is a Greenfield, east of Indianapolis, a Greenwood, south of Indianapolis, a Greencastle, west of Indianapolis, a Greensburg, southeast of Indianapolis, a Greentown, northeast of Indianapolis, and a Greendale, just over the state line from Cincinnati,Ohio.
If you can tell me which one you are referring to, I can probable get you to a campground that will fit your needs.
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The location is Greenville, Indiana I belive there is a state park close in Palmyra, Indiana called Buffalo Trace Park but from what I understand the size of our motorhome (40 foot) may be a problem.
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I finally found Greenville, Palmyra gave me a larger ,I think, town to find. We have never camped @ Buffalo Trace Park. It appears to be a county owned park. Sorry I can't help you on that park.
If you don't have to be that close to Greenville, Charlestown State Park is Northeast of Louisville Metro area in Indiana. It has full hook-up sites that are long enough for about any size of MH and plenty of room for your toad and dolly. It is convenient to the area with easy access to most major highways. The showers are very nice and located near all campsites.
There is a KOA in Clarksville,In that we have stayed at. It's sites are very close and the access to the park is crowded and close to the I-65 interstate. We really don't recommend it for anything but an emergency stop.
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