Review Count: 14 States Visited: 12 Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $22.00
One of the prettiest parks I have ever been in. Excellent experience in my 27 foot Class A. Very friendly host guided me into my level, long site, albeit surrounded by poison ivy. Then he brought me some tomatoes from his (nearby home) garden. A nice treat. Interior roadways are nicely paved but narrow, but navigable. Electric only. Limited air antenna reception, but I sure didn't care, it was so beautiful. Lake and boat launch. RV dump site up the road 3 miles at another facility, but that didn't bother me. Site very clean, fire pit empty, leaves blown, no cigarette butts!! I would come back here again!!! We camped at Hoosier / Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area in a Motorhome.
Review Count: 7 States Visited: 5 Helpful Reviews: 0
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $22.00
There are a few sites that will accommodate big rigs/multiple slides, but access roads are narrow. Paved and gravel sites, more suited to small/medium rigs, pop-ups, truck campers, and tents. Some sites are more suited for small rigs, as front to back leveling could be a challenge for longer trailers and MHs. Level tent pads at each site. Spotless bathrooms and showers are well maintained and well stocked. We camped at Hoosier / Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area in a Tent.
Review Count: 7266 States Visited: 55 Helpful Reviews: 36
This NFS campground is operated by the Cradle of Forestry (CFAIA) and must be the cleanest campground I've ever seen. We stayed in a non-electric site in the north loop. The sites were huge and well shaded. The showerhouse was small and older, but very clean and the water was hot! We camped at Hoosier / Indian-Celina Lakes Recreation Area in a Tent Trailer.