Date of Stay: July, 2005
This has to be one of the worst campgrounds that I have ever had the displeasure of attending. The campsites are extremely small and tight and very unlevel. A pig farm has gone in right next door to the campground-you can imagine what that smells like. The rooster from that farm crowes at all hours of the day and night. The showers were clean, but so small, that I felt like I was showering in a small dark closet! I even ran out of hot water, which has never happened before, not even in a State Park. What is worse is that I was talking to a park ranger in the Dunes area and was told that out of all of the private run campgrounds, that this one was the best. If you want to go to the Dunes, please try to go to the State Park. If you go here, you are not going to be a happy camper.
Date of Stay: May, 2005
Ok State Campground. High weeds between campsites. Ticks were bad as were the biting flies. Could not go out duing the daytime without being bit.
Date of Stay: August, 2004
This is such a nice place to camp. The people are super friendly and the campground is great. Lots of great hiking in the woods behind the campground. Fishing is kind of hard because of the geese-they think that the lakes belong to them only! Full hookup-pull through sites are in a field but they have planted trees around them. Some back in full hook ups in the wooded area, but they are a little tight. One of my favorite places to camp in Indy.
Date of Stay: June, 2004
One of the tightest campgrounds that I have ever been in. I believe that they are trying to see just how many people they can cram into a campground. Way overpriced. Does not allow campfires at your site. You have to go to a common area and share with everyone else. Will NOT stay at any Jellystones again.