3 Parks near Cloverdale, Indiana
Mar 2010 - $11.00
This was a great overnight stop. None of the negatives noted in the earlier reviews. It was clean and nice and all of the staff were great. When we were there it was very quite since it was off season. It is a little tight and don't expect to get sat. because it is very tree covered. It was very quite. Would would certainly stay there again. - TheJim
Sep 2009 - $25.00
Narrow access roads, interior roads gravel. Pull-through sites were long enough to not unhook, but we needed a block to level. There were many permanents and a nice playground. The bathhouse was old and in need of work. This is a good spot for an overnight if one is self-contained. We did not choose to use any facilities. - Nana2
Jun 2009 - $25.00
This is a real campground, not an RV Park. It's located off the same exit as a state park. Take the state park exit near Cloverdale and follow the Blackhawk signs, it's well marked. Good spacing between sites. The full hookup sites aren't really in the shade, but have trees behind them, so they get shade in the afternoon. They also have some primitive, water only, and water/electric sites, but I didn't get to check them out. There are 19 full hookup sites. There is a laundry, but I didn't get to check it out. Nice place for an overnight. Wilderness Cafe just down the road a bit, good food. - DXSMac
Jun 2012 - $16.00
Lieber State Rec area is a hidden gem in the Indiana park system. The sites are very wooded - so lots of shade. It has both a beach and a pool (aquatic center) - even a water slide. Fishing in the lake too. Showers were a bit dated - only negative. Weekday rate was a great value - and not crowded during the weekdays. - User2654
Sep 2011 - $16.00
Spacious sites with plenty of trees for shade. Only electricity available at the site. 38' motor home pulling a Blazer fit in our space easily. Be prepared to level your rig as most sites slope moderately. Each site comes with a table and fire pit. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. Busy on weekends, but we had the place to ourselves during the week. Plenty to do in the summer as there is a pool, hiking trails, lake, ranger activities. Definitely would stay again. - JoyB
May 2007 - $24.00
You have to pay to get IN the park, then pay more to camp. My worst campground. - burt
Mar 2016 - $36.00
Dirty old park with a smelly stagnant pond. Had to watch every step taken because dog poop is everywhere. Road to the campground is very narrow, pray you don't meet oncoming traffic. Owner seemed friendly but don't be fooled this guy will fly off the handle over the smallest thing. Only 30 amp electric hook up and that was intermittent. The electric and water hook ups were on the wrong side. Site was very narrow with old trees close on each side. They brought another motorhome in directly behind us. - Hjs
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This park is just a stone's throw off I-70. It is nestled into a very pleasant country setting with lots of big trees and well kept grounds. The access road is a bit narrow, but adequate. The tv reception is spotty, Internet was acceptable. The sites are gravel and the hook up are old, but the staff is refurbishing the park and it is a pleasant, nicely kept overnight stop. - rvwanderer13
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Peaceful, clean, level site, very nice owner, away from noise.
This used to be an old KOA park. The new owners have really cleaned it up and made the grounds very pretty. We arrived after office hours and found a phone number to call posted on the door. Before we could call the owner came up to us, opened the office, and got us registered. Extremely friendly and helpful.
They are still doing more work to improve the park but it is very nice the way it is.
Showers may be dated but they are very clean and free. - Arlo-s Folks