Date of Stay: August, 2016
We have stayed at Stoney Creek a few times over the past years. I have not reviewed the park until this year. Apparently the park changed hands a couple years ago. The transition was seamless. Well maintained property. Good mix of younger families and empty nesters. Wide, easily accesssable, level sites. Close proximity to Interstate 94. That's good and not so good, if you are looking for complete silence in the campground. Some highway noise at night, but not detracting. Plenty of family amenities. Nice pool/splash area. Nice community room. Did not try the pizza, so can't comment on it. Plenty to do in the park and many attractions close by. We'll camp here again.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
We have stayed at this park at various times of the year. At all times we have found the staff friendly, courteous, and respectful. That being said, this is a well patrolled park. If you are looking to get drunk, loud and obnoxious this is not your park. If you are looking for a park that is family friendly, respectful - quiet hours are quiet hours, clean, well laid out with plenty of activities. All are welcome from tents to Class A's. Most waterfront sites are easily accessible to all except for some large 5th wheels or Class A's. We will camp here again.
Date of Stay: September, 2013
We based our first visit on the reviews provided by this website and were not disappointed. The showers were clean, bathrooms immaculate, and sites level. The seasonal sites are in a completely separate area and actually have their own entrance. We walked through the seasonal area, with very, very few exceptions, the sites were up to date, clean, well manicured, and well spaced. While not peak season, we felt the site spacing in the regular camp area was good, angled, and, as far as I could tell, nicely shaded. We camped one day after a 2" downpour, our site was slightly muddy, but nothing unexpected. We camped with friends that had a Motor Coach, otherwise we'd probably asked about switching sites. The owners are on site and seemed very accommodating. We did not utilize the bar / restaurant, but based on the crowd (families), it seemed like a good place. We will camp here again and recommend it to friends.
Date of Stay: August, 2013
This is an RV Resort Park. Very clean, very spacious sites. Well enforced speed and quiet time. Concrete patios, level gravel pads. Nice layout for a group. Newer buildings. Downside is the proximity to the Interstate. Not bad, but you know it's there. Supplies close by. You can't go and not Stop at the Norski Nook for pie. Located in the town right across the Interstate from the campground. Will camp here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
We have camped at Indian Trails almost annually for a number of years and are continuously impressed with updates and improvements. The family that owns it are on the spot and attentive to everyone. They make you feel like you are the most important camper to them. There is such a variety of activities for kids, quiet areas for adults, and sites are spread out. If you want to have a group together, they can accommodate. If you want to have a quiet weekend with a spouse along the water, they have a spot for that, too. Showers, restrooms, pits are available throughout the park. Speed limits, quiet times, and good camp etiquette is given priority. Schedule activities abound or you can just settle in. Have recommended this camp and will continue to do so.