3 Parks near Bloomington, Indiana
Sep 2012 - $35.00
Two outdoor pools. One zero entry for the kids, and another rectangular pool for kids and adults. Also have a small indoor pool for the rainy days. Nice clubhouse, game room and jumping pillow. The kids love the planned activities. Labor Day weekend, they had a DJ, activity tent, and plenty of action. The only drawback for me was the campground is all gravel. Other than that, the sites were spacious and clean. The wooded sites are mainly reserved for the seasonal campers. Would go back if the opportunity presents it. - jmcmanama
Jul 2012 - $53.00
Our rate included a 10% military auxiliary discount. The park was very clean with great facilities. As another review I read said, it had probably the cleanest bathrooms and showers I have seen at a campground. I would stay here again. - JB in Indy
Jul 2012 - $40.00
We loved how clean and well kept this campground was. We stayed for two nights while visiting a friend. They offered great kids activities: pool, mini golf, crafts, etc. The bathrooms were very clean though a negative was the timed shower that operated like a bathroom sink where you push the button to get an allotted amount of water. Button was tough to push and only offered a minute or two of water--no temperature control either. The biggest issue we had with this campground was the total lack of shade; kind of like camping in a parking lot. During the July heat wave, this was very unpleasant and we felt like we couldn't possibly just hang out and enjoy our campsite. It was however a really lovely place and in the right weather or with a great awning on your RV it would be fine. - mrsgranett
Jul 2014 - $60.00
One of the nicest parks we have stayed in this trip. We had a premium double wide concrete site with large wooden deck at rear of site with large shade tree. Lots of space and grassy areas. Neat hiking trails leading to the lake 1/2 mile away. Approximately 75% of sites are leased for long term, but areas are clean and it is apparent that campers take pride in their lots. Mostly pull behind units with most 5th wheels. Recommend reservations. Stayed in site 116. Definitely a destination CG with lots to do in Bloomington (home of IU). - jnsogburn
Jun 2014 - $21.00
Lake Monroe Village is located in Bloomington, Indiana, near Lake Monroe. The park sits on 133 acres that includes RV sites, cabins and rental homes, as well as primitive campsites. Some RV sites have concrete pads, while others are grass, and 30-AMP or 50-AMP service, as well as picnic table and campfire ring are included in rate. Rates are for 2-people; extra charge for over 2-people.
Amenities include a playground for children, sand volleyball court, basketball hoop, swimming pool and kiddie pool, hiking trails, outdoor and indoor rec halls, and access to Lake Monroe. There is a Laundromat on site as well as heated bathroom facilities and showers. Free Wi-Fi is also available and offers a good signal.
This park does have a lot of year round RV campers, however, the RVs are well maintained and the grounds are well kept. The people in the campground are very friendly and a golf cart parade is held every Saturday night where candy is given out to children. Organized activities are sparse but well attended and their scheduled events, like their fireworks display on the 4th of July, are AWESOME!
The owners and caretakers of the park take pride in the facility and are quick to address any issue that requires attention.
We stayed at this park for slightly over 4 months and had a wonderful experience. We would recommend this park to others and will be staying here again in the near future. - The Diesel Gypsies
May 2014 - $52.00
Nice commercial campground. Facilities were clean, but, the showers basically just dribbled water. Tried 3 different ones and all were the same. Sites were crowded together with a mix of gravel and cement. We were there for a rally. Would not stay there again because it's not our type of campground - bobojay
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Nice campground, but lots of traffic with all of the people pulling boats and campers. The restrooms are older, but were kept clean. - bgb1066
Apr 2013 - $24.00
Nice state park. Staff seems decent. Some sites wooded and some out in the open. You have your pick. No water at sites, but a few spigots here and there. Probably ought to be a few more so they aren't quite so far apart. Most roads were good; however, I was a little surprised with the main road running through the campground. There were a few craters that need to be addressed pretty bad. Bathrooms and showers were clean, but dated. Probably pretty active during the main season, but VERY quiet for our stay. We will stay here again. - cwooz
Aug 2012 - $20.00
Stayed at site 174. Site was fairly clean, appeared to have been recently mowed. Quiet during week, but a little noisy on weekend. Did not mind as folks did not get unruly. Had very nice neighbors. Got rained on a couple different days, but we're in a drought, so rain is good. Watched the Perseid meteor shower with several people and the park Naturalist. Enjoyed our stay and will stay here again. - electrician538