Discount: Thousand Trails. However, there was a $4 per night surcharge for the 50 amp hookup, which are premium sites.
Hook ups: 50 amp electric, water, and sewer
Site number/quality: #14, large, level gravel pad, gravel patio with picnic table.
Park quality: Above average Thousand Trails park. Nice park.
Access: Tricky access off OH 45. Google Maps and GPS take you under a very low bridge. However, the park’s website clearly warns against taking that route, and provides clear directions by an alternate road. A good reminder to always check the park’s website before arrival.
Connectivity: Verizon 3G only, Cricket/AT&T weak with antenna, T-Mobile none
Return yes/no?: Maybe
Notes: We spent the first weekend in Phoenix for sister Debbie’s birthday party. We both got sick on the flight back and spent Becky’s birthday and most of our time here recovering from the flu. We were able to take a nice day trip to visit several of the local covered bridges and wineries. Surprisingly picturesque area.