8 Parks near Jamestown, Indiana
Jun 2007 - $25.00
Small, homey campground. Big rig sites are narrow. We stayed there several months, at a rate of $350 a month, in 2006 and 2007. Working-campers welcome. Arrangements can be made to winter there, although the owners go to TX for the winter. - Working Full timer
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Very large RV park.. Looks like lots of summer residents-loads of stuff for kids and adults to do. Lots were wide enough altho not much for shade.Would have given a 10 except very narrow streets for big rigs. Easy to side swipe vehicles parked in front of RV if not very careful. No Wi-Fi.. somewhat slow Verizon signal due to fact park lies in low lands. Would recommend for a longer family visit for sure. We stayed 4 days. - openrange
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Weekend stay (Fri through Monday ) at what was billed as a pull-through, but really short and close. Parked my truck in a position the night before leaving to assure clearance getting out next AM.
Not even a decent stopover. Overpriced and way too crowded, slumlord of a campground. Trash overflowing before being emptied. I liken it to camping in a Camping World parking lot. - budwang
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We work while on the road, so I called to ask about Wi-Fi. The staff person said they had a hot spot and it worked well. When I arrived and registered, the same person told me the hotspot only worked around the camp office and they were closing in an hour. We would not have stayed if we knew that ahead of time. So we stayed one night instead of the two nights we expected.
That said, the park is big! 320 sites, so it has lots of planned recreation activities plus a mini-golf course, pool, and pond. Restrooms were basic and clean. Looks like a majority of the sites are permanent campers, but everything was well kept and in good shape. Level sites with a few shade trees. - Silvana CLark
Jul 2016 - $45.00
While clean this KOA is what KOA's are all too often, overpriced.
The campground was designed before RVs had many slides and were shorter. This made maneuvering tight.
I doubt we would ever stay here again. - wetterwashington
Jul 2016 - $48.00
KOA should be ashamed to have their name on this one. It looks like no maintenance has been done in a long time. Plastic pieces hanging off electrical posts, sewer hookups broken off, narrow roads in disrepair, trash in fire rings. No cable and no local stations for antenna to pick up. Wifi iffy. No mowing had been done in a while. $48/nite for deluxe site! The only positive: friendly clerk at front desk. - wallysmom
Jul 2016 - $36.00
Nice park with mature trees that are trimmed well. Large pull through lots. Clean showers and restrooms. Clean pool, but small and usually crowded and there is no hot tub. Laundry was more expensive than the other places we've been, $2.50/1.50. Wifi was fine. The staff is vey nice. Location was very convenient. We will stay here again when in the area. - Jo and Bob
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Great place for us for overnight. We had a long pull thru and the utilities were fine. The spacing might be a little close but we didn't have a neighbor the night we were there. This would be a great place for kids. They have a huge play ground and since they are on the Sugar Creek they offer canoe rentals. Looks like there is plenty to keep kids occupied. - sammy32
May 2015 - $32.00
Stayed 2 nights in a pull through site #22. Picnic table and fire ring in every site we saw. We had 30 amp electric, sewer, and water with great pressure. We had the option of taking a 50 amp site that would have been $3 more. This place has a number of seasonal campers that were neat, and unobtrusive. We aren't pool users, so no comment on it. Our satellite dish locked on to all 3 DirecTV satellites after a long time, however, we were unable to get a picture on any of them. This park is right on the edge of Crawfordsville, and is minutes from shopping and restaurants, and downtown. Clean place with nice owners/hosts. We would definitely stay here again. Sugar Creek runs through the campground and there are sites right on the creek. - therealSimpsons
Sep 2013 - $32.00
Gravel roads and sites, which are close together. Large grass area and pond. No quiet time. Much for kids to do. Lighted play areas, which were used until midnight. Power, water, and cell were good. Will look for quieter place next time in area. - kmgulf
Jul 2016 - $45.00
This RV park is only open during racing events that are at the track across the street and at the Indy Motor Speedway, so about 30 days per year.
The park is beautiful and very well laid out. The is grass at every site and 50 amp electric. They have a double dump station and water station.
We attended the Brickyard 400, and stayed here as it was only 8 miles to the race track, much closer than other places. Though they might have been a little less as far as space rent goes, the convenience of Raceview made it worth the extra money for us.
If you are attending any race in the area we highly recommend staying here. - prstlkid
Sep 2010 - $50.00
I'm staying here for the Labor Day week NHRA Nationals. Being a gearhead, I frequently camp "at the track" at quite a few different motorsport events and I find this place to be quite a nice experience. And the event package price of $400, when spread out over the 8 nights of the event and considering that this is an event-oriented campsite, is pretty reasonable. The campground and the spots are fairly level, the roads are gravel and smooth and there is well maintained grass everywhere. I'll stay here again. I've paid as much before and gotten much less. - wazafarmer
Jul 2010 - $16.00
This is a campground in a field across from O'Reilly Raceway Park. There are some shaded sites along 2 tree lines. The rest of the campground is open. This is a race-oriented crowd, so be aware of the fireworks and music in the evenings. There is an sanitation dump for RVs. A short walk to the drag strip. If you're going to the oval track the walk is considerably longer. Generators are allowed. - revrnd
Sep 2009 - $12.00
If you are looking for the amenities of a big RV park, Shades State Park is not the place for you. But if your rig boondocks, you can't beat it. My 32' motorhome fit snugly in the beautiful shaded site on the asphalt pad. Each site has a fire ring, an asphalt pad and a sturdy picnic table. Vault toilets were available in the Locust Grove campground area where I stayed, and flush toilets and clean showers were located within easy walking distance. Shades is one of Indiana's hidden treasures with hiking trails, waterfalls, rock bridges, etc. It is dark, dark at night with no ambient lighting other than campfires, tiki torches, and flashlights - great for star-gazing. The website is great and includes dimensions for every campsite in the park, so you can actually pick one that fits your rig. This was one of my best camping experience to date because so much time was spent outdoors. - shastagrrrl
Jul 2009 - $10.00
We camped last year for the fourth of July, good thing we reserved about 3 months early! The park was full but still quiet. The bathrooms were absolutely disgusting: waste piled all the way to the top of the toilet seats! I walked to a few different outhouses with the same outcome. Yuck. Besides that, this was a nice, out of the way park to stay in. Watch out for the raccoons, they are ruthless! - honkadoodle
Jul 2005 - $13.00
We stayed here on a Sunday following a booked weekend. The restrooms were a little too dirty for me, they were functional though. After they were cleaned on monday they were still dirty and had litter in them. There was a bit of litter in the campground and the fire pit was a mess. Overall it was very quiet and the staff was very friendly. We would stay here again, though I would probably try Turkey Run or Raccon SRA first seeing as they are so close. - Quiet Campers
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Made reservation for 50 amp pull. Site was sloped too much to level, had to disconnect tow car to squeeze out of site. Getting out of site was inches away from impossible. Horse flies made it impossible to be out with our dog. Ok for smaller rvs or campers if you don't mind being attacked by horseflies. Would not recommend campgrounds. Didn't see rest of park. - Tiffin Allegro
May 2016 - $32.00
First, it is not big rig friendly. While the sites are paved, most have a slope, and way too many trees near the pavement. Our site, a pull-through #47, was almost impossible to get into. We could not enter in the direction we were supposed to because of trees blocking access. We had to go around the loop and enter from the opposite direction. This put our patio on the wrong side for access to the fire pit and picnic tables. Trees were too close to be able to extend the awning. If we would have been able to enter the correct way, we would not have been able to extend our slideouts. All the water spigots we saw except for one near the entrance were not threaded for a hose. Even though we did not need them, the showers in our area were locked because of no hot water. There was a group of campers in site 59 right next to us. They had one fifth wheel and a tent but there were usually 4-5 vehicles parked there. They were extremely loud and continued well into the early morning. The adults were allowing underage kids to drive their vehicles around the campground. There were no rangers around. We had a reservation for next month but have cancelled it due to the lack of access for our motorhome. - User3125
Jun 2012 - $16.00
Lieber State Rec area is a hidden gem in the Indiana park system. The sites are very wooded - so lots of shade. It has both a beach and a pool (aquatic center) - even a water slide. Fishing in the lake too. Showers were a bit dated - only negative. Weekday rate was a great value - and not crowded during the weekdays. - User2654
May 2014 - $88.00
When I decided to camp at IMS for the 2014 Indy 500, I could not find any information or reviews for their lots available with electric. All I could find was about the notorious "Coke" lot, which is first-come, first-served, no electricity and 4 nights of mayhem. So, I wanted to write this review in order that first time campers might have some insight into the camping options at IMS with electric. We stayed in lot 3P, which is a paved parking lot on 16th street directly across from the Speedway. When I arrived, we were greeted, then a staff member escorted us to a site and connected our electricity. Electricity was provided through onsite generators which ran 24 hours a day. Although this noise was constant, we get used to it and overall, ,the noise level was more than acceptable. We went to bed every night by 11:00 and had no trouble sleeping. For those who needed it, fresh water delivery was available and onsite sewage pump outs as well. This was not a luxury camping experience by any means, but our expectations were exceeded in terms of convenience and atmosphere. We walked to the track in a couple of minutes and enjoyed our neighbors without having to deal with out of control partying. Please understand, there was plenty of good times happening in this lot, but things stayed reasonable and ended each evening at a reasonable hour. We had a spot reserved and 24 hour staff onsite. It was a bit pricey, but worth every penny in terms of convenience. - Phil from Akron
Jul 2009 - $75.00
Lot 4: Our home for the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. One of the only times a year we " rough it." No electric or water hookups, so conserve what's in the tank and make sure you have empty black/grey tanks because there are no dumpstations either. It sounds bad, but we love it! Bring your generator if you want air conditioning though. It gets pretty hot out here. - Jason & Jennifer