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Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
We came up here for a week to enjoy Shipshewana, and this campground is totally wooded. Where we were at was quiet, but the pine sap gets on your camper, and in it too. Other than that (no one can control nature), the campground was pretty clean. The pool is too small for how many can camp there, and we avoided it the whole weekend we were there. They have a lake you can go swim at (a real lake that is large--not a big water hole), and it was very nice swimming in that. There is a pizza deliver nearby that makes the best pizza we have ever had. A lot of people speed on the golf carts so you have to watch out for them, and kids won't and don't get out of the road when you are driving in or out of the place. Across the road are even more camp sites, but the roads are narrower over there. There were even a lot of Amish camping in the cabins when we were there. The staff is excellent. Super friendly, and we did have to go up front to use the Internet. Overall it is a nice place, and we would go there again. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $45.00
We stayed several nights. This is a TT membership park as well as a park for seasonals. This "could be" a wonderful park. We reserved a 50 amp full hookup site for our 40' 5th wheel. She tried to put us in the seasonal section 30 amp site even after reminding several times we needed and paid for 50 amp. It's like they pay no attention to what you say. The park is mostly 30 amp so keep that in mind if you have a newer, bigger unit. We refused that site due to the fact the road was narrow and the seasonals were parked on both sides of the road. The electric box looked like it was 30 years old. We do not feel (as did other members) that much money is going into the campground for needed repairs such as road, electric and low hanging trees. If TT would address these things it could be a very nice park. Also you park on grass if you wish to call it that, it was more like parking on pine needles and dirt. We had tree sap all over truck and RV. Sounds critical, but we really want to like this park and it has great potential if they would do some upgrades. That said, we eventually found a 50 amp site and had no issues with the electric. We stayed in the Whispering Pines section. The girl at the office gave us several sites to choose once she realized we were not going to accept 30 amp, from but that, found only 1 available that was some what level and easy for big rigs. We never used the pool or the mini golf so cannot review those. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $15.00
We stayed here 2 nights on the way to the Escapade. The park was not very full and we had a full hook up site. Lots of trees for shade. They were just opening up the pool but it looked very nice. The staff was friendly and we enjoyed our stay. We had a full through site and it was plenty long. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $22.00
Nice place out in the middle of no where. We stopped here to visit the DRV factory. Beautiful campground, lots of trees and very large. The office staff is very friendly. Opened the store up during closed time so I could pick up a needed item which was very nice of them. The sites are a little unlevel at times, but overall a very nice. Well laid out camp ground. Handles large MH with ease. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $11.00
What a nice park. Clean and friendly. The only reason for an 8 instead of a 10 is the club house/office is rather old and not real nice and there is no cable TV. Our RV would not fit on the site originally assigned to us, and at check in, the lady upgraded us at no additional charge. Nice grassy wooded sites with fire rings and picnic tables. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $1.00
Rate was actually $0 since we are members. Large membership campground that is now open to the public. Many level wooded sites. Some sites require work to level. Because of the trees, satellite TV is impossible. Over the air TV is iffy. Verizon is 4G 2 bars. Very clean. Rest rooms are dated but clean. There is a swimming pool but it was closed because it was near the end of the season. They close November 1. Lots of seasonal units scattered throughout the park. Nice place if you want to get away from the TV and just relax. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $10.00
Our site was level, electricity good, very quiet campground. We enjoyed our stay. That said, no TV because of the trees, Verizon broadband only 1 or 2 bars. They have WiFi but it is Tengo, meaning you have to pay. The restrooms were very dirty: looked like they hadn't been cleaned in days. That improved on Friday: once a week cleaning. Campground needs some TLC. We would stay here again. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $21.00
Nice campground with lots to do. Quiet and peaceful during the week. Lots of activity on the weekend. Fairly good access. The problem we ran into is that the non-grassy sites are really messy with pine straw. It was wet when we were there and tracking into the RV was a mess. We had some confusion about our reservations, but they rectified the problem easily. We would come here again. Our dog knows campgrounds...she liked this one. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $21.00
This is a kid-oriented destination park. It is heavily wooded and some of the turns and tree branches require careful navigating with a big rig. The interior roads are paved with some gravel at the sites. There was 30A/water/sewer at our pull-through sites. The entry gate width is close for a large motor home. There are many park models and long-term occupants. Good Verizon service but cannot get satellite TV due to the trees. The park is clean and well maintained. There are lots of kids on bicycles. It rained while we were there, but I suspect that the swimming pool in the entrance area gets pretty busy and the area congested. There is continuously loud music at the office area. If you are looking for a placed for kids, this could be the park for you, If not, you might want to look elsewhere. We paid ~$21/night under the Passport program that includes a $3/night resort fee. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $33.00
This is a large park, quiet during the week, but very busy on the weekends. Local residents take advantage of their weekend activities. They have a large lake for boating, and a small lake for fishing, catch and release. They have a large pool and kiddie pool, large playground, and basketball. Many other planned activities. We stayed 7 days. We would not revisit this park due to the high volume on the weekend, and dirt ground RV site. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $18.00
We used the discount through Thousand Trails for our rate and was good for water and electric site which was fine. Site was grassy and had some shade. Easy to get in and out, dump station was easy to use but had to turn around as you left the park to get to it, there was another station but harder to get to from the site we were in. The place was very clean and kept up nice. Looked like a small pool for the size of the place. I am sure they are packed on weekends. We stayed here on a week day so the place was quiet. We will plan to use this place again when heading west. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $42.00
We stayed in this campground for a weekend, in a full hook up site. Our site and many sites are generally shady which was nice, as was the new gravel on the drive-through parking surface. The rest of the site was dirt. Site size was small, to average. The campground was very busy. There are many season lease sites and a lot of golf cart activity as well as lots of kids on bicycles. The pool is located right at the main gate which makes entrance and exit from the campground tricky with all the pedestrians, kids, and bicycles that congregate around the pool. What greets you on the main road leading to the campsites is old trailer storage, which is very unattractive. The bathrooms are old, small, few, and need updating. We were glad to not need to use them much. When asking about WiFi we were told we need to be close to the office to get it. At times we could get it at our site, but not regularly. There are a lot of activities if you like those (we don't). The price was high for the park appearance and condition. It is unlikely we will stay at this park again. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $14.00
Price reflects Passport America and "off season" rate. Whew! Had to jump through hoops to get into this park. You can't just show up and expect a site. Had to call a central booking number and that took over 6 minutes to confirm a site. When we got to camp, it took almost 10 minutes to do the paperwork. And the park was almost empty! The site we had was a dirt pull through, full hookups and fairly level. During the night it rained and our trailer sank into the dirt a bit. This campground would be good if visiting Shipshewana or the surrounding area. We'd stay here again as long as it wasn't on a weekend. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $24.00
I found a coupon in the Shippsawana Flea Market magazine that had a free night when you stayed over a Tues.. Rate went up to $48. on the weekend. This is an Encore Park. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $38.00
Stayed there for Labor Day weekend. It was just an OK campground. During the stay i couldn't once find their Wi-Fi. They don't have enough amenities for all the people that were there. The pool and playgrounds were always packed. Also too many kids on bicycles, a few times we had to leave Twin Mills Resort and kids would just dart in front of the car. Lastly our first night there all you could smell was sewage but after it rain the next day the smell went away. If you are looking for a spot for a day I suppose this place will do. But if you looking for fun for the family look for somewhere else. We camped at Twin Mills Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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