2 Parks near Columbus, Indiana
May 2016 - $33.00
Spent Mother's Day weekend here, as the park is close to "Mom", so she and Dad could come visit ;-) . Having grown up in this area, we remember Ceraland as a sort of 'crown jewel' of recreation areas, as it was formerly funded by, and for use by, Cummins employees and their families. It is now open to the public, and they sell annual memberships to use the pool, playgrounds, go-kart track, shelter houses, fitness center, etc.
The campground is about at the level of state park standards in Indiana these days; in the fact that some sites need some gravel (and a couple could use some fill dirt, and bath houses are older but kept pretty clean. All in all, it's a pretty fair value for a full hookup site. There are a few seasonals, but they're pretty nice and well-kept. Most of the sites will require a bit of leveling, but not too bad.
There is a lake, and there are lake-front sites available, but not if you have dogs. The "premium" lake-front sites are in a designated 'no pets' area. Also, the signs and literature state there's no alcohol allowed in the park, which probably cuts down on the loud, intoxicated parties, and that's OK. We just kept ours inside the RV ;-). This weekend was pretty quiet, and the park was less than half full.
There is a minimal camp store on the property, and they sell essentials, including firewood, but the city of Columbus is 10 minutes away for more options. - fastalker64
Jul 2015 - $36.00
We stayed there the 3rd week in July, the in our overall opinion it was a great place to camp, with little problems. With the site we were assigned we had a MAJOR Flood problem when it rained, (which was often). We asked to be moved 2 sites up but told they were reserved, it was only when we threatened to leave after day 2, of a 9 day, we were then moved to one of the "reserved" sites. Our original site 198, and site 199 have MAJOR flooding problems when it rains. after talking to several people found that management is aware, of the problem and continues to book those sites. We asked for straw to help with the mud and we were given 2 bales which helped after our moving to another site. If they would purchase some gravel and build up those affected sites they would be great. It seemed that all but two employees that we delt with were over the age of 30 the rest were teenagers that really didn't care about a customers service. But other than the flooding problem, our overall camping was great. We will return next year and now have a better idea of what site we want. The Campground overall is great with lots of things to do Miniature golf, Driving range, a Pool, Gym area, Rifle range etc. - md_procouple
Oct 2014 - $36.00
We have camped here while visiting family in Indianapolis and the park is beautiful with lots of things to do for adults and children. The park is open for everyone now-no membership required. The lake is very pretty . It's a great place for walking and bike riding. We will definitely return. - Tom Burge
May 2016 - $32.00
We had to ruff it Satelite wouldn't wok in trees, I'm excited to see what life without television is like! Our site didn't have sewer, don't normally hook up unless I intend to dump. Unlike previous review long timers don't bother me if their sites are clean and rv's well kept. Level, clean, quiet, long pullthru so I didn't have to unhook. - User2314
May 2016 - $36.00
Good overnight stop near Indianapolis. Indy doesn't offer many campgrounds, so we always stay a little out of town when traveling the I-65 corridor. Woods N Waters is a clean campground, with level and well graveled sites, and has good signage to lead you here. The property has mature trees, a pool, and small pond. Many sites are pull-through and some have full hook-ups. There are a lot of seasonal campers parked here, which always makes me feel like I'm intruding on a private club - that contributes to a slightly lower rating, but it's just my own quirk. This is a great campground, secluded and secure, and serves well for an overnight stop. - Flying Mantis
Apr 2016 - $36.00
Over all we consider Woods-N-Waters a middle of the road campground. Roads are gravel and several tight turns were needed to get to our site. Our pull-thru site was gravel and fairly level. No sewers are available for pull-thrus. We were not able to connect to the WiFi. We noticed a low rumble and felt a vibration on many surfaces both inside and outside our coach which we assume was coming from the nearby factory. The county road leading to the campground is narrow and had a sign that says "No Semis". On the way out we passing another RV going in the opposite direction and it was a very tight fit to stay on the road and not hit mirrors. - Oliver-Max