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Old 05-10-2006, 06:17 PM   #1
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May be stopping at Grandpa's Farm Campground and RV Park at Richmond, Indiana or Natural Springs Resort at New Paris, Ohio. Meeting friends from Pa. approximately 1/2 way and will stay a week. Does anyone have any information on either of these. I have a printout of camping areas but want to know if they are nice, what is nearby, golf course, shopping,etc. and how the campgrounds are cared for.
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May be stopping at Grandpa's Farm Campground and RV Park at Richmond, Indiana or Natural Springs Resort at New Paris, Ohio. Meeting friends from Pa. approximately 1/2 way and will stay a week. Does anyone have any information on either of these. I have a printout of camping areas but want to know if they are nice, what is nearby, golf course, shopping,etc. and how the campgrounds are cared for.
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Haven't been to Grandpa's Farm but we've stayed at Natural Springs several times & we really like that campground. It's one of our favorites - especially in the fall when the leaves have changed. It's located right in town yet easy to get to & the town is really small, so you don't have city noise. The quarry is made into a lovely lake & if you can get one of the sites that back to that, those are the best. Any of the paved sites are spacious & nice - we prefer the ones in the upper 180 numbered series because those back up to a corn field which allow you some additional privacy. The grounds & pool are nice & well kept, as are the bath/shower houses. Well stocked camp store with a small snack/ice cream parlor. Not that the campground is all that big, but they do have a small trolley that runs through it. You're within 10 miles of Richmond, IN with all it's normal bigger city ammenities (mall, restaurants) & lots of RV dealerships with, of course, Tom Raper RV. Can't not stop there. Free hot dogs & pop while you shop...you can spend a whole day there. Believe me, we did...more than once.
I don't think you could go wrong with Natural Springs Resort. For more info on that cg, check out the reviews on www.rvparkreviews.com
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Thank you Dave & Lori for the info. If there is anyone out there who knows Grandpa's Farm let me know.
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