1 Park near Goshen, Indiana
Aug 2015 - $37.00
On the plus side, this is one of the most affordable options, sites are fairly level, backing in is easy, wifi is blazing fast, and cell signals are strong.
But I don't think I've ever stayed at a noisier campground (they give out free ear plugs when you check in). We tried to camp as far from the tracks as possible without being right on the road (which not only has traffic noise, but also the frequent clopping of horse-drawn buggies). I could easily hear the trains over the sound of our central vacuum and feel them shaking our rig. Elkhart is a major hub, so trains pass by several times an hour all day and night.
Hookups are in the rear, so you may need an electrical extension. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Was here once again for the FROG rally but did stay extra days, for a fair grounds a very nice place. Nearby trains are loud but after awhile got used to them. They hold a lot of rallies here and really know how to do it, even with extra rigs they set up water & electric sites. Have heard that in the future more full hook up sites are in the plans. We will return. - DBLR
Aug 2015 - $86.00
This is a fairgrounds and we attended a rally for Forest River Owners Group (FROG) there. The cost reflects 4 dinners and 6 breakfast plus an excursion for two people.
We where in the center of the infield around the race track had water and 30 amp service plus one free pump out. the park is large and can accommodate in excess of 700+ campers. - Jim W1