Date of Stay: April, 2011
This a a superb little campground. It is ran by an older couple who live on the property. He escorted us to our site and helped me back in, our site was right up to the lake. Restrooms and showers were nice and clean and as was the laundry room. Spaces are nice and wide with a concrete patio, patio table with chairs, a glider and a nice BIG grill. The grounds were very well maintained, grass freshly cut and no garbage anywhere to be seen. The lake is really nice, stocked with catfish, Large Mouth Bass, Bream and Carp. WiFi was strong and fast and the cable TV came through crystal clear. We will definitely come back here for a longer stay.
Date of Stay: October, 2010
This is a great State Park, and I recommend it to anybody. The sites are the best I've seen at a State Park, pretty level asphalt pads with a fairly large graveled areas to set up your chairs etc. The restrooms/bathhouses were clean. There are a wide variety of sites, camping area 4 is very wooded giving you a real feel for being in the woods. Lots of trees in all the camping areas, providing shade in the warmer months.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
This place is absolutely one of the best campgrounds we've seen yet. Extremely friendly and helpful staff, large shaded sites with full hookups. I don't know what the previous reviewer was talking about, we sat though 3 afternoon thunder storms and we only had small minor water puddles which completely drained away within 10 minutes after the rain stopped, the roads are gravel however they were not that dusty at all. The grounds are very well maintained with clean restrooms and bath houses, which we took full advantage of. As far as amenities are concerned, you couldn't ask for more, there is a swimming pool, a beach area for swimming in the lake, a playground, general store, firewood delivery, golf cart rental, and plenty of cozy little spots to fish in the 25 acre lake. I spoke with the owner and she is working on getting cable and WiFi to all the sites. This isn't a requirement for us as there is lots to do in this park. We were here on Fathers Day weekend and they had a fish fry at the church pavilion which was open to all campers not just the permanent residents, who were very friendly by the way. Because this park is only about an hour and a half from us and that we love it so much we are going to make it our number 1 camping spot and are even considering purchasing one of the seasonal lots. We highly recommend this park.
Date of Stay: April, 2010
We always have a great time at Fall Creek Falls State Park. The campgrounds are always packed during the summer but it just makes for great camping neighbors. The restrooms are clean and a Park Ranger patrols regularly. We stayed in Campground A and my only complaint is there are only 3 showers for the entire campground which makes for long waits in the evenings and mornings.
Date of Stay: March, 2010
This is a really nice park with friendly helpful staff. All sites are pull-thru, we stayed in site 13 which wasn't quite level, but had a great view overlooking the pond which you are allowed to fish in, just remember to catch and release. There is a playground for the kids and a lounge with TV, a pool table, air hockey, and other games. The showers and restrooms were very clean, there is also a laundry room, however there is only one washer and dryer. The only drawback that I can think of is there are no trees at all to provide any shade, but overall this is a great place to camp. It is only a few minutes to Fall Creek Falls State Park, and is located in farm country providing you with a nice peaceful atmosphere.