9 Parks near Warsaw, Indiana
Jun 2016 - $28.00
There are a couple dozen designated campsites at the fairgrounds, with more electric hookups in the midway area. Several sites up on "the hill" are used by seasonal renters. We have been coming here for 4 or 5 years to visit my wife's family, as it is close and it has 4, 50/30/20 amp with water sites, all others are 30/20 amp with water. A city park close by on a lake which has many sites, but they are too close together for us. There is a drop box for late arrivals, with rates posted, to the west of the fairgrounds office. - Teacher's Pet
Oct 2015 - $27.00
We have stayed here several times when visiting family in the area. Facilities have good water and power, dump station is at the top of a hill. Location is on Winona Lake and usually very quiet. The number of sites can vary with activities going on, since some hookups are on the Midway. - Teacher's Pet
Aug 2016 - $30.00
Just a phone call secured a full hook-up site on a Saturday might. Easy friendly check in. Managers friendly, helpful and pleased with their park that they manage for Warsaw City. Nice level spot, good hookups, view of quiet lake with a welcome breeze. Beautiful, well marked trail with signs explaining wetlands. A good hwy 30 stop through Indiana. - USA16RVer
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Stayed at Pike Lake on two separate occasions, this is a older city park campground in the process of up grades. We like it because its clean,
very quiet , play grounds, and beach close keeps the grand kids busy. Great city nature walking/bike trails one behind campground Sites are narrow , if you have slides on both sides you will be against your neighbor. some sites the sewer hook up will be under your unit. As previous post Dave the campground host is very helpful . - Steph and Jim
Aug 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here a month, as it was close to some places we had to be while there. When you first get there, the park host (Dave) will show you your site, offer to help you set it up, and anything you need he will do what he can to make it easier on you. Each site has a firepit, and picnic table. We had a fantastic view of the lake out our back & side windows. The beach is only a minute walk away, boat ramp (we didn't use), is also right there. The park is very quiet, super clean, and alot of nice people stay there as a seasonal. The internet is ok depending on if any coaches are in the lots next to the office--which block the signal. The few short times that happened, I just walked over to the pavilian to use it. That was the only inconvenience I had while there. We chose to be in the open instead of shaded areas so our rv wouldn't get dirty from staying there for so long. There are different types of sites to choose from while there, depending on the openings of them.When you leave, the hosts will come say goodbye, and they really do make you feel at home. More campgrounds need hosts like this! We would definitely go back again! - happy2013camper
Apr 2015 - $24.00
Staff in the office took very good care of us during check in and any questions we had as to places in the area to go. Lake was beautiful to wake up to in the morning! Fire ring needed cleaned out, we were unable to keep a fire going due to it being 3/4 full and wet. Wi-Fi was $6.95/night and worked very well for us. - dallas 66
Sep 2015 - $30.00
The site we were on had a nice view of the lake. It was very quiet, but you can hear the traffic on the highway. We would stay there again. - geode
Aug 2012 - $32.00
Yes, the roads leading into it are narrow but we felt it was worth it. We only stayed 1 night but enjoyed it very much. The lake is beautiful, we found the full hookup site for coach with 2 slides ample. Met some great neighbors. We will go back if in the area. Negative is they don't offer a military discount. - Winchester
Aug 2009 - $25.00
Very nice campground, especially if you stay near the lake; which has only water and electric sites. Dump station located by the showers. There are a lot of "permanent" trailers and it is a bit crowded by the full hook-up sites. The roads around the park are quite narrow and this might be a concern for larger RV's. The only real negative was that there are 3 pig farms in the area and if the wind is in the wrong direction one cannot stand to be in the outside air. It was nice when we got there and in the morning, but incredibly "stinky" in the evening. The attendant told me that doesn't happen much. - Rick Lechner
Jul 2015 - $23.00
Would rate higher if sites were not grass and there was more gravel on the roads. We were there after the heavy rains of spring 2015. Management was very cooperative and the connecting lakes were great for fishing. They are small enough that skiing would be difficult, but Lake Wawasee is close by county roads.
Lake Wawasee has no private campgrounds so this works well for that. Good family campground. - mcguyvered
Sep 2016 - $30.00
,We stayed here before during and after Labor Day weekend.
Grounds were in Great condition.
Staff were very friendly and helpful. There were lots of planned activities for young and older.
Our section was Open field without trees in sites but the area was surrounded by trees and crop field. Another section where sites were a bit smaller had plenty of shade.
Lots of extra activities, including a driving range, Mini-golf, swimming pond, fishing pond, play set for the little ones. Great place to camp and we will be back. Paid for 6 nights and got the 7th free and used PPA discount also. - Calibrateguy
Aug 2016 - $38.00
This park has a lot of kid's stuff as you drive into the front gate. The sites that I could see were close together and not very attractive. That being said, what I couldn't see was the 10 acres of property to the rear. These sites were semi level grass, very wide and long, and very attractive. The perimeter of this area is made up of large trees, flowers and corn fields. It felt like we were sitting on a football field by ourselves. The staff is friendly and there aren't many rules; common sense only. Satellite, water pressure, wi-first were all good. We would stay here again.. - ctjt1234
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This campground is amazing. The bathroom was the cleanest that I have ever seen. The lights were bright, the floor had colorful epoxy material through out the bathroom floor, Clean shower curtains. We had a long pull through site. We parked on a concrete slab. The slab had seen better days, but we were able to level just fine. The sites are large and spacious. They keep the grass cut and manicured. There are many permeant campers, but everyone of them were also immaculate. They have a lot to do from a well keep swimming pond, putt putt golf, driving range, 3 horseshoe set ups. The hosts were very pleasant to work with. We will remember this place if we are every back this way again. - Honeybear & Sugarbear
Oct 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here for a Thor Motorhome rally with about 235 other rigs. The facility was full, but it was clear this would be a good place to stay when out on your own as well. Might want to avoid it during a rally. It's a large park, with hundreds of sites, ranging from beautiful manicured sites, to full hook up in a field.
I don't recall our site number so put 1. Roads are paved and plenty of room to maneuver. Close to other areas if you like day trips. We visited Notre Dame for an excellent day trip. Also, Goshen is a pretty neat town with a main street with a 60's era, lots of small businesses and stores. - Mark and Lynne
Sep 2016 - $30.00
This is the type camping that you would expect at a fairground: just the basics. It is basically a large flat gravel parking lot with grass between the parking spaces. Connections were fine. Water connections are shared with other sites. Depending upon location, some of the spaces are extremely close together. The biggest detractor were dozens of trains that travel very nearby hourly day and night. I would suggest this campground only to people who are attending a rally or activity at the fairground. It is OK for an overnighter. Be sure and ask about the activities scheduled during the days you plan to stay at the fairground because this will greatly affect how crowded the camping spaces are. If you stay for 6 nights at the Fairground you get the 7th free. - lauraslytle
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Stayed here for the FROG rally (800 units this year). Enjoyed the campground and all of the people attending the rally. Lots to do in the area. We stayed in the infield so it was a bit crowded but they are all friends. Office staff was friendly and the fairgrounds was very clean and neat. - rockfarmer
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Let me start off by saying these were very nice people but nice did outweigh the trashy park this was. Grass was not mowed which led to so many bugs that we couldn't even sit outside. The hookups were hidden behind tall tall grass. The bathrooms were atrocious. Just think of the worst bathroom you've ever been in and double that. We paid for 2 nights but stayed 1 & went back home next day. I'm not sure how they can possibly call this "resort" camping. Lake of the Woods was across the street so with a LOT of money this place could be nice. Would never come back. - Tami Strz
Aug 2013 - $28.00
Our kids and us camped here in a MH and 2 TT's. This is over 90% perm sites and most of what is on their website is not available. We booked FHU's and paid for them only to find all we had was EW and sewer service was available. There is a beach on a nice lake. Bathroom/showers were in a shed and was filthy. A toilet was missing, paper all over and garbage in the showers. No designated fire rings, so sites were a mess. Some tender loving care and this would be nice. - cfamrace49