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03-11-2013 05:40 PM
BAP thanks again for your info,,,it is greatfully appreciated,,,
03-11-2013 12:44 PM
DIY07 The KOA is in a fairly quit area. It is about a mile or so from my house. Westport road area where the mc dowell center is is a good area also. Not sure about taylorsville area not very familiar with the area.
03-08-2013 10:12 PM
BAP thank you very much i will check that out for sure, and yes that is where the center is,,
is it a decent area like safe and family oriented,,dont really want to be in a party zone if you know what i meen..


again thank you very very much..
03-08-2013 08:56 PM
DIY07 I am having a hard time thinkng of another place to camo other than Taylorsville lake. I think I now where the Mc Dowell center is westport rd just east of 264? would actualy be fairly easy to get there from the KAO just not a hole lot of scenery there but there is very easy access to the interstate frome there. Trafic from Taylorsville is can be a real pain durring rush hours but smoth through off times but what isnt all you have is a 2 lane for several miles to get to the interstate. Clarksville may seem further but you get on right at the bridge take 71 to 264 and second exit you are ther maybe 6-8 miles.
03-07-2013 06:20 AM
BAP thanks diy07, i will check it out, but i really want to stay on the east side of louisville

the mc dowell center is off the first exit off 64.. not down town..

thanks again
03-05-2013 07:24 PM
DIY07 If you want some where to just park for a while there is a KOA right off of 65 in clarksville IN just down the road from me. You would be about a mile or so from down town louisville. Not for sure where mc dowel center is for sure
02-25-2013 07:34 PM
BAP
camping around lousiville

hey gang, i thought i would ask here if any of you know a good place to pull my motorhome around the lousiville area so we can stay for awhile ,

my daughter is staying at the mc dowell center for the blind for a few months and the wife and i would like to stay near by..


i have seen the signs for taylorsville lake and guist creek,, i dont know anything about these areas so if anyone has any input for us i would greatfully appreciate it..or any other rv parks..

also should i tow my yj in case there are some trails to hit while im there..
thanks in advance....

...bap

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