Lake Rudolph - great place. My FIL lives in Corydon. Only been to LR once, and Holiday World was closed (August), but we enjoyed it. We expect to be back there next summer as we pass through from WI to WDW.Yes I'm about 45 minutes from Holiday World and they have a great campground
Hate to do this to you, but without pictures, it didn't happen!So we now have a 34' travel trailer, new truck, widened driveway, generator, weight distribution bar, power surger, and a bunch of other stuff bit of a money pit. Reservations for FW in May and October. We laughed today as we passed Walmart, I said we can spend the night in Walmart parking lot
I'll wait right here and hope for some pix.Hate to do this to you, but without pictures, it didn't happen!
Good luck with the new set up!
You're in a great spot for sure. We like Lincoln State Park & have camped there a few times.Yes I'm about 45 minutes from Holiday World and they have a great campground
Yes and we stayed at a Value once and hated it. I think they have nicer ones now but weren't fans. With kids maybe but just two adults didn't work for us. Now if comparing to a Moderate maybe but still the Fort has the location.We love the atmosphere of the Fort. My sister always uses the argument that a value is about the same price, but we enjoy non-park days, and there is so much more to do at Fort Wilderness, plus there is the boat access to the Magic Kingdom and can then ride the monorail to the MK resorts. I know Pop has the Skyliner now, but the pace and atmosphere at Pop is different. The Fort is a boat ride from the Magic Kingdom, yet feels a world away. Plus, as previous posters mentioned, it is nice being able to make your own meals, have a bathroom en route, and not have to worry about bedbugs. Our retirement dreams are to spend a lot of time at Ft. Wilderness, but we figured we would intersperse Disney stays with Florida State park stays. We are staying at one about an hour away for about $22 a night later this fall.