2 Parks near Portage, Indiana
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
Jul 2015 - $15.00
This is our second time here. We stayed for a week last year, this year we stayed for 3 weeks. The rate reflects a weekly rate and electric is .15 per kwh. We love this place. The staff go out of their way to be helpful and friendly. There is a laundry mat next door and a small market too. This is a mobile home park with a few RV spaces. It is the most relaxing and quiet place we have visited, and we camp 6 months of the year, with in 6 different states. The spaces are grass with cement lanes for the rv tires and a cement pad for personal use. All the sites are very level. All the streets are paved and riding bikes is safe and easy. Each unit has their own garbage can, no walking to the other end of the campground for the dumpster. We had mature shade trees in our section, so TV reception with the antenna was just not there. They also have a new dog park. - esta34950
May 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here three nights because this was the most convenient park to visit downtown Chicago. It's a mobile home park whose units have been here a long time. There are a handful of RV sites with full hookups with 50 amp. The sites are level with paved strips for your tires and a concrete patio. All else is grass. No cable, wi fi, restrooms or any other amenities. There is a convenience store and laundromat in the strip of stores in front of the park. Park personnel were very helpful in guiding us to our site, helping hook up, and providing area information. Biggest drawback is the high volume of train traffic running right alongside the park. Also, watch out for the unmarked speed bumps. - Ray Z
Sep 2015 - $29.00
The place is huge. Has pool, lake, tennis, everything. I'm sure it's a happening place in summer but very poorly maintained. Big potholes in the very bad travel roads. Mostly occupied by seasonal and permanent residents that have old decrepit RVs and misc structures. The only WiFi is at the main office. Grass is overgrown and our site was loaded with dog poop. But there is a big field where we threw a ball for the dogs. - User2989
Aug 2015 - $48.00
We stayed here for my son to have a good time at a campground designed for kids. Unfortunately, mini golf closed at 6:30. Which I understand, however, the pool was for 21 and up, and the main station smelled like a bar. - slinke
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Very run down. This mighta been a great place 35 years ago but it's obvious nothing has been reinvested in it. Way to many long-termers with all the junk that they accumulate if allowed to. Way to many old RVs that should be in the junk yard by now. The trailer next to me has a red tag hanging on the door. Streets are badly neglected. Jellystone Inc should pull any affiliation from this place. Surprised they haven't. We are here at the height of vacation season and took what was available. Otherwise we wouldn't have considered it. They charged $16.00 for electric and $16.00 for service for a four night stay on top of the $38. I requested a sat TV friendly site ahead of time and they accommodated me with that. - wazafarmer