21 Parks near Elkhart, Indiana
Sep 2016 - $39.00
We stayed here with the iRV2 2016 Rally group. We arrived early and were accommodated nicely over the Labor Day weekend. The grounds are well maintained. Landscaping work was being done around the cottages and the play ground area. I am always amazed with driving / parking toads is allowed on the grass. This is much different from the western US campgrounds. The pads are gravel as are some of the streets. There are some trees in the eastern front portion of the park. There are a couple of others on the west side that can create issues with OTA access. The park is convenient to many shopping and eating opportunities. - Nana_Grandpa
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Nice site, long and shade. Nice staff. - KCook3
Sep 2016 - $34.00
We always stay here when in town for RV repairs.
Owners are very friendly and helpful. There was a rally in town so we only got a 30 amp. No sewer site. Lots of room and we were allowed to pick a site that worked best for us.
Owner lent me a portable air compression to fill up my bike tires and was very helpful. - Tumblewood
Sep 2013 - $1.00
Made an appointment to have my RV worked on and was told that the campground is closed. The property owner has sold it off. They have a parking lot that can be used by people with an appointment but they no longer have a campground. - BobWW
Jul 2013 - $1.00
We stayed at their campground for 20 nights while they were doing repair work on the motorhome, at no cost. It was a great location to see Elkhart and the surrounding area. And if you are looking for motorhome repair work, they are very helpful and did a great job. The facility is just an asphalt lot, but it has everything you need to be comfortable. We would definitely stay here again if in the area. - Sally Chew
Jul 2012 - $25.00
We were looking for a site as close to I90 as possible and saw this place on RVReview. Because it was the day before the 4th of July there was no one in the office to pay, so I called their emergency number and was told welcome and just put a check under the door. Just a gravel parking lot with level pull throughs and good 50amp electric. Would say there again for a stop over. - rhianna
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Extremely tight sites. Camp store useless. Unable to use fire ring due to close sites. - eliterror
Aug 2016 - $54.00
Newbie here. 1st KOA visit so ratings may be skewed for awhile. Clean, nice tall trees, wonderful smell of pine. Check in swift, followed attendant to site, was told to check in after setting up. Good 120 volt power. Two accessible sewer ports at this site.
Train passes "close by," did not bother me. The campsite emptied out on Friday but filled back up Saturday night. Pass thru's have good length, sites quite close together. Excellent cable (50+ channels), WiFi so/so, 4+ bars on Verizon and AT&T. - RVStudent
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Price seems high for this place, as I don't see this as a destination, so to speak . We just use it as a overnight stop over, and if you have kids I guess they would like it due to the swimming pool. Its an OK place, just not somewhere or someplace that I would see us spending time at. - NPmoto
Jul 2016 - $41.00
Nice place, although it is a big campground, in the evening it is quiet. Two pools. WiFi was not for free. Sites were not that big, but big enough for us, because we did not have neighbors during our stay. - Bisan
Jul 2015 - $48.00
A beautiful setting amongst Pine trees. Very quiet. We were in the deluxe pull thru area. There is an older section that has RVs packed together. Looks like they live here permanently. Swimming pools are very nice. Gated park. - Missouri3
Jun 2015 - $48.00
We camped here with our grandkids always take them on one trip a year. This park was a total let down from last years trip in MI at Duck Creek resort in Muskegon MI.
We had a pull-thru at the end of the road one way out only. Will every golf cart that was in use used our site as an exit to the main road behind us.
Camp ground had a lot of seasonal campers who have let their unit run down to junk. I would not camp at this park again. - Jim W1
Aug 2016 - $1.00
Stayed here again this year for the FROG Rally and as always the grounds are immaculate. Seeing they just got thru with their fair: it was impressive to see how clean the grounds were, and how fast the fair ground crew were able to set up all the things needed for a rally of close to 800 rigs.
Yes there are trains, but all summer almost every where we stayed we heard trains. Maybe not as close as here, but we got used to the noise.
FYI: Some sites might need extra lengths of sewer hose. - DBLR
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Stayed here again for the annual FROG rally. About 800 units this year. Electric and water service very strong for the number of units on the systems. Rained several times during the week but ponding was at a minimum. Elkhart county and city of Goshen operate this campgrounds/fairgrounds like a well oiled machine. Office staff very pleasant and helpful. If you are in this area, whether visiting or business with the rig factories you can't go wrong staying here. - xarmoreddriver
Aug 2016 - $23.00
This stay was for a manufacturers rally of approximately 800 RVs, and many sites were very close together and many of my observations would probably not apply to the regular park sites. Pricing would apply however.
From a distance, the normal RV sites appeared to be regular size and with FHUs.
Park is centrally located in Amish country with easy access to many attractions.
Price was for water and electric for a four-night stay prior to a manufacturer's rally.
Full Hookup would have added $7.50 per night extra to the price. - Lakewood90
Jul 2016 - $41.00
Stayed here, six of us, and found it expensive. $246.00 for the six days we were here because they charge extra per person above original price. So, for a mom and dad, they then charged extra for each of our four kids. Unfair pricing. Especially when the bathrooms are small and only kinda cleaned, showers with tiny stalls and lame pressure, and very small sites, most of them in the blaring sun. It does have nice fishing ponds and a quaint playground but even that is spoiled by a persnickety, nosy old man owner on a golf cart scolding campers for having a bicycle "across the line and into the next lot". The next lot, empty! Also, he is riding around staring at us on our site, looking for infractions "against the regulations". If not him, another man, the groundskeeper, on his golf cart, haranguing the kids at every turn. Not fun, and not welcoming to kids, I feel they really only want the fancy motor homes and people who never step foot out of their air conditioned, TV, Not Camping outfits. Skip it here and try the state parks, more fun. Less nagging. - 7ofUS
Jul 2016 - $36.00
This park is good for an overnight stay, the pull through sites are a little tight and you may need double length hoses. Lots of young families and a big play ground for them. It is a little off the beaten path for a over night from the highway. - acadiandave
May 2016 - $28.00
Price reflects a 7-night stay. Gravel interior roads and grass/gravel sites. Has back to back sites and some long angled pull-throughs where you share the pedestal and water. Other angled long pull-through sites you don't share power or water. Has a few back-in sites with no neighbors to the back of you. Lots of trees but also open areas for those who have a satellite dish. A few short little trails around the park. Three little ponds. Wi-Fi was excellent. Was able to bring in twenty channels on the TV antenna. Allows campfires. Do hear road noise. Water pressure is low. Glad we have a Oxygenics shower head. We were in two straight back to back sites which was strange since there were plenty of big angled pull-throughs available during our stay. Easy in and easy out with a 60 ft combo. - Tallboy
Jul 2013 - $35.00
St. Joseph County Fairgrounds has approximately 30 RV sites available on their property for rent out when there is no large event scheduled at the fairgrounds. The sites are grass with a fair amount of spacing in between sites. The electric and water pressure were fine. My Verizon cell and MiFi worked fine. I could not get a satellite signal because of a tree. Some sites have some shade. The location is convenient to South Bend and Elkhart. With so few choices for campgrounds in the area this wasn't too bad. We would stay here again. - Tiffinatic
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Decided to stay last-minute on our way to the East coast. Nice level site, W/E only. Little deck off of the site. Other campers very friendly, they were in the process of remodeling the bathroom and it looked nice. We didn't have the time to take part in any of the amenities but they looked nice, clean grounds and lots to offer. - EllenT
Jul 2016 - $37.00
This park was a lovely overnight, one of my favorite stops on our 26 day trip. Quiet, clean, and friendly which are my top three things to look for in a campground. Restrooms were spacious, air-conditioned (a big plus!!), and clean. - calijame
Jul 2016 - $40.00
It was a bit tight for a 65 foot length, they had to put a cone behind my unit. The water pressure was good but had a foul smell to it. Had someone knock on my door on Saturday telling me about church service they gave on Sunday. Don't like religion pushed on me, okay to do your own thing but don't pester me. Don't think I'll camp in bible country again. - BigBear
Jul 2012 - $25.00
Boat launch was concrete, but was weedy and VERY mucky. As were the spots to park your boat. I have an 18' Astro fish and ski with a 150 on it and it struggled to cut through all the weed debris. It was shooting a black stream. Site #29 electric wasn't working and I sleep with a CPAP machine. VERY burdensome and a risk to my well being. We reserved days in advance so one would think they would've at least checked everything was working. Also, the outhouse had no toilet paper in it. We informed management and it was still never done. We decided to cut our stay short by 1 night and the owners refused to refund us our money citing, "You should've called us at midnight because we have an ADAPTER for the electric." It was a simple 110 volt house plug that DID NOT work. Hopefully they read this, do the right thing and mail us 1 night's lot rent. We also purchased $10 in firewood that we left without even a thank you. I strongly agree with the other posts. Watch out for this place. - MKajzer
Aug 2010 - $40.00
We stayed 4 nights in 35 footer at a cost of $85. Although the site was a backin we were able to pull through. The family was very friendly, but it was obvious that the full time residents were favored. The laundry room had 3 washers and dryers, a wet floor from pool toys and no table for folding or a place to hang anything. The bathroom was very old and cleaned every other day. Not a treat to use. They graded the road everyday, raising dust. We would not stay here again. - gwenmc
Aug 2008 - $31.00
BIG RIGS BEWARE! it takes a lot to make me mad, but this place managed it. If you have a camper longer than 30', then you need to avoid this place... there's no way you can get level if you're longer than 30'. NO gravel in the parking spaces, muddy back-ins, rude staff - and just plain nasty seasonals. The grass was 2' high around everything. I had reservations and left when I saw what was available. I wouldn't boon dock in this place if THEY paid ME! The "manager" told me, "We have spots - find a place and park." Are you kidding me? Avoid this camp ground. - Steve and Kathy Burnett
Jul 2008 - $28.00
Shady campground with a recreation pavilion and a large pond with a floating island on it for swimming, also an older-type playground. The wi-fi is free; they'll give you a code at check-in. The bathrooms are very old. It's hard to adjust the water temperature in the shower, and there are no outlets inside. Quiet place. - sierramom