14 Parks near Hanna, Indiana
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We camped in a 34 foot motor home. We were in a pull through site close to the office. It had poured and the gravel site was wet and soggy. We turned down the first site for being flooded. WiFi was OK. The entrance road switched suddenly from paved to gravel with many potholes, bushes and shrubs needed to be trimmed. Although it was on I-30 we were not disturbed by the sounds. It was very convenient but over priced for a campground that needs to be updated. - rvflight
Sep 2015 - $32.00
This campground is older but pretty and clean. They were friendly. Lots grass back-in sites. Pull thru sites are gravel and fairly level. Power was excellent. TV was good with antenna. - saw2
May 2013 - $30.00
We used this as an overnight stop on a westward trip. It is close to US-30 and does have traffic noise. We had a shaded site and Wi-Fi was quite good. Owner was very friendly and helpful. Sites along the small pond were all seasonals and folks there were friendly. We walked around and there is a nice playground, horseshoes, volleyball, and other activities. But this is not a destination campground. Some of the negatives other than the noise: sites at back were set up for double hookups with one camper in front of another and no easy way to get in and out; low tree branches at some sites would preclude taller rigs or hamper driving; entrance way is off US-30 and over train tracks that have a bump. If you are in the area and need a spot for a night or two, this is a good choice. We'd stop here again, but not if it were busy and we had to take a double hook at the back. - Too-wow
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Stayed 3 nights. Found that things have improved greatly since our stay 2 years ago. Electric and water were very good (we use a surge protector and a water pressure regulator). The new owners are working very hard to improve this Campground and their efforts are appreciated. Will stay here again. - loneranger
Jun 2014 - $30.00
New owners as of April 2014. By their own admission, they were unaware of how to run a campground but are open to suggestions. We stayed 3 nights to visit friends in nearby Culver so didn't use any facilities. From the road it looks like a lovely park but many of the sites haven't been used in months. No gravel or concrete pads, tables, etc. Pool was being redone so not usable. Roads not well marked and office is hard to find. Felt the $30 + tax very high for what we received. Will check out other options when next in the area. - KarenK
Jun 2011 - $23.00
Beautiful campground, U-shaped lake, lots of grass and tall trees for shade, but not a problem with low branches. Sites are roomy, picnic tables on concrete pad. Easy access off Hwy 30. Sites close to highway have traffic noise, but did not bother us. Small camp store, pool tables, big screen TV, paddle boats, some fire rings, firewood available. Good restaurants less than 20 miles. Great owners that are working on the place. 50 amp service not sufficient for big rigs. We enjoyed our stay very much. - User1392
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Indiana Dunes State Park was full so I ended up staying here. I was under a tree and the site was fairly level. The owner said the hiking trails were closed due to limbs being down & the pool was closed because of recent treatment with chemicals. I didn't use the facilities because I was alone and a little spooked by the obviously lived-in trailers that were very unkempt. Not all of them were that way, but at least three were a mess. It's obvious they're trying because they've built new cabins and new bath houses, but why put your money into that if you're going to leave all the construction rubble behind? The owner told me to look for my own site and if the electric box says OK, it works. Well, I looked and there were no signs anywhere. Fortunately, a worker came around and he tested it for me. Sure enough, dead. So, he tested another and that one was fine. There's a playground for the kids and a pool but it wasn't open. All in all I wouldn't say it was a bad visit but I sure didn't want to stay another day or night. I wouldn't recommend it. - Givmeabr8k
Jul 2012 - $35.00
Stopped here for a night. It is about 3 miles off the interstate driving through a neighborhood and cornfields. The turn into the campground is a bit tight for a big rig. The sign is old and advertised a religious camp. The office is sparse, only a desk and a few things for sale. The person in the office was Asian and did not speak much English. He did not ask how big our rig was, just said he had water and electric available. We told him we were over 40ft with our tow vehicle so he gave us a grass site with water and electric. The site was only 20 amp so we asked for another which was 30amp. The electric quit working after about an hour and the office was closed, so we had no power which was hard on our dog. The restrooms were ok. We would not stay here again. - mohocamper
Jun 2012 - $35.00
This campground is much improved this year. Totally new rest rooms and showers that are very nice. They are tiled. They just needed to be cleaned more often. A new pool was under construction not sure when it will it will be done so call first if this is important. Very roomy sites with some shade. I would stay here again. - Iowaonegalippe
Aug 2016 - $44.00
We stayed overnight at this campground while driving through Indiana. We stayed on a Saturday night and it was quite busy. There seemed to be people, cars, and campers everywhere. The pull-thru was fine for the night, but too close in proximity for longer than that. They have other sites that are more spacious. This is not a quiet get-away type of place. It is more suitable for hanging out with friends and letting the kids play. - threeunderfour
Jul 2016 - $43.00
Almost full of seasonal campers. Front loop where we stayed mostly under water due to heavy rain when we arrived though most of it did go down when the rain stopped.
Campers staying only 1 or 2 nights are not a priority, squeezed in between seasonal spots and most likely will not get the site you are expecting. This happened to another guest as well. Both of us received "oh well" attitudes with no apology from staff.
Not a well kept campground.
Family of 4 with dog stayed one night. I think its the only full hook up campground in the area. Would not stay here again if avoidable. - amyjohomemaker
Jul 2015 - $43.00
This has to be one of the worst compound we have been at. The bath house was a real dump, sinks out of order, showers didn't work and the ones that did just barely. The staff not too friendly. The site they gave us barely fit my 23 foot travel trailer. Don't waste your money on this place!! - snoopy216
Jul 2012 - $50.00
This campground is right across the street fro bass lake. The lake is total sand bottom and is the shallowest lake I have ever seen 2 miles off shore it was 7 inches deep yes I said 7 inches we had to push our boat a few times. This is a wave runner or jet ski lake. We went during their splash festival with is a holiday for them so we paid $10 higher for weekend but wasn't worth it nothing big nothing going on at all at campground. The campground is in need for some major tree trimming our friends that were going to camp next to us could not go they have a class a motorhome trees hanging down to low. They also needed 50 amp they called ahead the part said they would check and call them back our friends had to call 3 time to get a answer to witch they only had 2 and were taken. Also the water was real bad it was brown and smelled like onions real bad I had to switched to my tanks for water. So to sum up bad water, low trees, bad PR and a big lake or big puddle only good thing is very short walk to lake. As you guessed we will not be returning. - rv1
Sep 2014 - $19.00
Basic parking space with hook-up for overnight. No frills but nice low price. This is 2nd stay here and would stay again. - Tireman9
Aug 2012 - $20.00
Very good value with Passport America. This is our second stay here. Makes a good base for seeing the area. Michigan City is a short drive away and the Indiana Dunes NL are a bit further. We had a 30 FHU on a slab not quite large enough for us. Very good TV reception with bat-wing and Verizon broadband connected at 4G. - Bob and Inga
Jun 2012 - $30.00
Stayed here as an overnight, we did not unhook from the truck as this was simply a pitstop. I would not recommend this campground as anything else. There are hookups and not much else, but it is convenient as it's right off of the highway. If noise is an issue for you, this park is not for you. We had our air on, so it did not bother us. The dog in the previous posts is a bit of a pest, even for dog lovers. He jumped up on me right away, and follow us to the site. As I travel with two large dogs, this was an issue. I could not let them out until I chased him away. Very basic, convenient, no frills park. We would stay again, for a quick in and out overnight only. - dustwanderlust
Aug 2015 - $45.00
We reserved in advance and provided our trailer length. The spot they had reserved for us was a joke. We would never have gotten down the road let alone parked. Roads are narrow and lined with cars and golf carts. Over 3/4th of the campground sites are privately owned with trailers falling apart. The perm residents are not friendly and no one offered to move their cars or carts so we could get in easier. The weekdays were OK but school just started. The weekends were chaos with golf carts racing around and blaring stereos even at 3 am. The miniature golf is falling apart and is a shame as it wouldn't take much to bring it up to snuff. The pool was clean. The volleyball court was too gravelly. Restrooms we're cleanest in morning and on weekdays. I never saw a good scrubbing of floors and walls tho and the same hair was stuck to the shower wall all week. We will not visit this campground again. - D Leggett
Aug 2015 - $40.00
First of all, this is not a campground. This is a park. There is no camping experience here. The roads do not accommodate big campers and every campsite is surrounded by permanent trailers. The lot itself was big enough but with all the cars parked on the road, it took me an hour to get backed into the site (I am a truck driver so i know how to back it in) and get set up. Every single night we were woke in the middle of the night by either loud music, golf carts or people yelling/laughing. The constant parade of gold carts was very annoying in the daytime also. We were on a dirt road and the dust the carts kicked up was horrible, my camper is filthy. That doesn't even include the noise, there was not one moment of peace during this visit. The good things are there are plenty of very nice amenities and activities for the kids/adults. The showers and restrooms are also very clean and kept up.
I dont normally leave reviews but I am so upset with this visit that I had to. If I would have read the reviews from other people I would have known, but I will count that up to a life lesson. - Goody61865
Jul 2015 - $34.00
This is a massive park with well over a thousand faces. Many of them R annual lot holders. Then Hey now to park Well over So anxious. Many of them R And you will What folder. Where is a lot of golf cart activity
Massive discount with Passport America for an entire week. Lots of activities for young children through teens. - Nibot
Jun 2016 - $9.00
NPS campground with hot showers. A real bonus for dry camping. Sites perfect for our 27 ft mh. Level, not sure big rigs would fit. Great shade on a hot day. 1.5 miles to Lake Michigan, good bike ride. - USA16RVer
Jun 2015 - $18.00
Okay if you want dry camping this is your campground. No hook-ups. There are only a few sites that can accomodate a large rig. 40' would be about the longest you could do. We have a 38' with a tow. Our site was nice and well spaced out. Bugs were bad. We stayed over the weekend and everal families brought barking dogs. Camp security was there and did kick some people out for noise, drinking, etc. Our stay was good and we enjoyed trying out our solar and being self-contained for awhile. - RVing Along
Jun 2012 - $15.00
This is a Indiana Dunes National Park campground, just east of Dunes State Park. Not on the beach, but all of them are only a short drive. Large, private, shady sites, 53 drive-in, all paved with some pull-throughs. 25 tent sites. Picnic tables and fire rings. Dry camping at its best. Restrooms, hot showers, camp sinks with hot water. Dump station and fresh water available. Open late April to late October. Our third time here. Only drawback is moderate train/traffic noise. We love it! Located on US Highway 12 and Broadway in Beverly Shores, IN. - catsinacan23FB
Jul 2016 - $18.00
This is a mobile home park. It has paved roads, concrete level spaces, concrete pad, no picnic table or fire ring. Very quiet and the staff is the most helpful of any place we have been. A lot of run down mobile homes, but the people living there are very respectful. Our 3rd year there and we will visit again. The rate was a weekly one with additional electric included. There is a train close by, but it is not very noticible. - esta34950
Jun 2016 - $18.00
Our rate of $104.00 plus metered electric of $25.00 was based on a their weekly rate for a total weekly cost of $129.00.
This is an older well shaded mobile home park, that is reasonably well kept, and was safe and secure for us.They have several sites set aside for RV sites mixed in with existing mobile homes. We have been there twice now, and have enjoyed our stay, with all neighbors being very friendly.
This is probably the best location for access to Chicago, as the South Shore Ogden Dunes station is just 3 miles away. Cost to downtown Chicago is $8.00 each way, and 1 hour 10 minutes train time, and very inexpensive.
We have a small dog, and the office assisted us finding a pet sitter while we traveled to Chicago all day.
This is a nice safe place to stay while in the Chicago area. We drove through Jellystone Park, just down the road, and kept on driving, overjoyed to find this unknown secret! - AlaskaJack
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Simple overnight stay. Arrived late but evening superintendent waited for us and took us directly to a reasonable site. Offered to help with hook-ups etc. They only have 50A service and he offered to get an adapter but I said I could just use the 110 as I didn't want to dig out my adapter. Just wanted to get to bed. Site was level on concrete pad. Would not be my first choice in the area but my normal "Quick Nite stay" in La Porte was full. Would stay again if just needed place to stay.
Would suggest that large trailers or Class=A motorhomes not stay as streets were narrow. It was OK for out 25' Class-C.
Might be reasonable if you were going to Chicago and could take Metro from Gary station 7 mi away. - Tireman9