1 Park near Elkhart, Indiana
Oct 2015 - $18.00
The best choice for exploring northern Indiana. Owners are very customer centered and will do what it takes to make your stay enjoyable. The rate shown is based on paying the monthly rate for a 25 day stay. Some sites have trees that can block satellite TV reception. All of the roads are well maintained, either blacktop (main road) or crushed rock. Most campsites are grass, a few are sandy loam, a very few are concrete, but are taken mostly by seasonal customers. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2015 - $38.00
Staying in the 300 section is like camping in a field but with water, electric and sewer all of which functioned well. There are very few trees in that area which is great for satellite users. Access roads are mainly gravel / ground asphalt. The interior sites throughout the park are predominantly pull-thru with site pads mainly grass. Most every site has a picnic table. Some have campfire rings. The sites are reasonably level and the grass was in fairly decent shape. Wi-Fi always took a while to connect to and was ok once connected but I reverted to our hotspot after getting logged off in a few hours. Exiting from the 300 section was confusing and we ended up pulling thru the site across from us to find our way to an access road. The recreation areas (basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, putt-putt golf) are looking tired and not really inviting. Overall, the campground was clean and in reasonable shape. We would come back again. - Born2Roam
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Needed a quick place to stop for the night to get away from the trains at the Mor Ryde factory. Requested a pull through, 50amp spot with entry door facing East, to stay out of the sun.
The young man at the office gave us exactly that.
It was a nice, little unlevel, grassy spot. It was very quiet at the park, since it was Monday night of Labor Day. Very spacious since we didn't have any neighbors, but might have been a little crowded if someone was next to us.
This is a very large park, with cabins, and seasonal renters, but everything appeared clean.
Maneuvering our 35' fifth wheel and long bed dually through the park was easy. Very big rig friendly.
The only negative of this park is the water. Even with a filter, it smelled and tasted like Los Angeles water, and burned my eyes a bit when I washed my face for bed.
We will return if ever in the area again. - Mr&MrsFulltimers