We moved along into Ohio for our next night’s stay. In West Salem, OH we stayed at the Town and Country Campgrounds. We were only staying one night, and it was raining lightly as we arrived, so we didn’t do much in the way of exploration. They have several pull through sites, but, we opted for a back-in that was certain to allow us access for our TV satellite dome. This is a very large park and has all of the amenities including a small fishing lake.
Our next stop was the Cincinnati area. Cincinnati is located on the Ohio River at a point where Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky meet.
We drove through Cincinnati and crossed the Ohio River to the Indiana side. We had decided on an RV site at Rising Sun, IN that was called “Little Farm on the River” It turns out that we made the right decision. This facility may be one of the best run and maintained RV parks that we have had the pleasure to visit. The park is in two sections, near the road, they have a section for RV’s, the swimming pool, general store, club house, etc. At the bottom of the hill, alongside the river were two rows of very spacious RV sites. Ours was right on the river, near the laundry/bath house and a small pavilion with free Wi-Fi and a wonderful view of the river.
Our view from the Little Farm on the River.(Click Photo to Enlarge)
The barges heaping with coal and other commodities moved up the river propelled by the largest tug boats we’ve ever seen.
Many boaters enjoyed the river. These two boats formed their own little island.
Apparently, several people stay by the season or the month. There weren’t that many people around, but several rigs awaited. This shot is of about half of the lower section. The other end of this section was mostly empty when we arrived, but filled as the weekend approached.
We extended our stay here for about 4 days to allow Rick to visit the Chiropractor over several days. Between doctor visits, we occupied ourselves by visiting the many casinos in the area. Our diets were put under stress with at least 4 visits to the casino buffets.
The area was scattered with old buildings and barns. This one caught our fancy.
If you think that yards decorated with pink flamingos might be a little tacky, how about a Cessna.
We certainly enjoyed our stay in the “Tri-State” area and, if Texas hadn’t been calling, we might have liked to stay even longer.