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4 RV Parks near Oxford, Indiana
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Oxford. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Oxford in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $21.00
The only bad thing about Ross Camp is getting your GPS to find it. Once we were finally able to find it, we were very happy with it. Our camp site was gravel on top of grass but very level. There is electric power but no sewer or water hookups. However there is a dump station and water available from a couple of faucets. When we tried to check in we discovered that nobody is in the office on weekends, as this is a county park. Luckily we had prepaid months ago and were told our site number. OTA TV was surprisingly good...but no Wi-Fi and no bars on our cell phones. All in all it's a beautiful little campground even though it's very remote. When we arrived there were seven sites occupied. By the next morning there were three of us left. BTW-- while walking our two little dogs I saw a Fisher (cat) loping across the field. It actually a large weasel but was cool. - dhaney1944
Jun 2016 - $21.00
This place is soooo pretty! We were the only ones there on a Tuesday night. All the sites are back in, but they are spacious. All gravel except one for handicapped which is paved and has a paved sidewalk to the bathroom. They had water and 50 amp service, but no sewer. That was fine with us for one night, but hard to stay for any length of time. They do have a dump station though. For 21$ it was perfect for a place to lay over for the night. - GranNan06
Aug 2012 - $15.00
Excellent experience. Exceptionally clean restrooms and showers. We were the only campers present. 15 spaces available. Electric hookup, potable water available and dump station. Quiet, and 11 miles from West Lafayette. - grapeidea
Jun 2018 - $41.00
Park is located next to I-65 so expect some highway noise. After that it is all down hill. Roads are very narrow with potholes and it had just rained, so they were full of water. Turn around for pull throughs extremely narrow and short. Pull through site was very narrow with mud puddles on both side so both motorhome and car became muddy. Tree close to slide outs, did get them out though. Afraid to put jacks down as ground quite soft. Would not recommend this park at all. They seem to be more interested in the water activities. - Red Crewzer
Nov 2017 - $40.00
I am not sure what Good Sam's definition of "good roads" is, but this park certainly wouldn't get that definition from us. And the WiFi wasn't much better. Finally, the traffic noise from the interstate was so loud, we had to run our fan AND wear ear plugs, even with all the windows closed and a site clear across the lake from the highway.
All-in-all, a very poor park for the price. We certainly wouldn't stay here again! - fanrgs
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Nice camp ground. Easy to get in and out. The folks there were great. The little lake looked clean, nothing floating in it. All the hook ups worked and were easy to connect. - Chris James
Nov 2017 - $27.00
Wish there was a sidewalk to the bath house. Very convenient from the interstate. - Kean
Sep 2017 - $26.00
This is a run down trailer park that is badly in need of upgrades. The front portion has permanent units along with short stays - many are not level, but are tree covered - not too bad. The rear portion is even more crowded than the front and has scores of dilapidated units - many occupied, some not. Pretty much of an eye sore. During our short stay, two RVers had to move from the front to the back due to unlevel sites in the front. However, the permanent residents are polite and seem happy. The clerk was polite, welcoming and let us pick our site (about 7 to choose from) and came out to help us with a water problem 2 minutes after we called to report it. The park is quiet and located in a pretty decent residential neighborhood and is fairly close to Lafayette and Purdue. If we were not staying on a holiday weekend, we would have gone a little further out and stayed at a nicer place. - Deb and Chris
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We loved this campground for what we were looking for. It was close to Purdue and easy to get to. Very crowded, but people were friendly and kept to themselves mostly. The pool was very clean and warm! - Campman92
Aug 2018 - $40.00
This was our first time staying at Prophetstown, we've been to the park and the nearby battlefield before but not the campground. We'll definitely be back if we can get a spot; the CG fills up a year in advance for most summer weekends so plan accordingly. Book FAR in advance for summer weekends We stayed in the full hook up (Spruce) loop where the sites are more shaded and private. The electric (Savanna) loop is open with beautiful views of the prairie grasses. This park is a gem in north central Indiana and has a ton to offer. Paved biking and hiking trails, well-maintained grassy hiking trails, a water park, fishing pond, Native American museum, working historical farm, activities at the farm and museum. We only stayed 2 nights and would have loved to stay longer. We went to the water park which was $5 per person. It's on the small side but does have 2 fast & fun water slides, a lazy river, shallow zero-entry wading area, volleyball net, and a splashpad. To enter the park, there is a daily fee and for us (we are out-of-state) it was $10 for the weekend because we were camping. DNR regularly patrols the campground. The sites and bathrooms are the most maintained I have EVER seen at a state- or government-run facility. Grass was cut, fire pit was clean, and the crushed gravel site was combed free of debris for our arrival. I saw no garbage of any kind anywhere. Very, very clean! The site was level as they all appear to be. It rained quite a bit the first night we were there and the site drained perfectly, no pooling of water. Can't wait to go back! - EllenT
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Probably the best designed campground (state park, private, or national park) that we've visited. Nicely spaced with gravel pads that allow water to drain. Wooded sites are cozy and private. Easy for big rigs to navigate. Very quiet, occasional train and a little traffic noise. Plenty to do between hiking, biking, and water park. Plenty close to Purdue University. Would definitely stay again. - rwthomasjrfamily
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful park, once you take the long drive to get through it. Our site was a long and level pull thru with good hookups (except our site 108 had a sewer pipe about 8 inches high - tough to make water run uphill!). FHU section had several empty sites and the electric only sites were barely 1/4 taken. Our only other complaint is the location of box to deposit hang tags when exiting. It is low for cars/trucks but, if in a motorhome, one has to get out to deposit tag. Good friendly staff and glad to see they enforced one vehicle per site rule. There were many parking spaces in lots. We would definitely return if in the area. - wallysmom