Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $45.00
We had a lake front site and the views from our rear window were spectacular. Everyone we came in contact with were very friendly. I was able to pull in quite of few TV stations from overhead without a problem. This park is older, but well maintained. Some of the sites had the electric and water on the curb side of the site which means you need long cords and hoses to hook up. My wife & I enjoyed our stay here and will return. We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $32.00
Very nice campground . The lake and beach area is clean and pretty . Rest rooms and showers are a little dated, but they are in fine working order and clean as well . This is a wooded campground with good shade; the way we like it . Both owners and seasonals are very nice . A good place for the money . Quiet at night too . Will return for sure . We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here in my parents 5th wheeler. We had a lake view and were able to walk right into the lake from our site. It is a cute and quiet place. Not much to do here but people are friendly, and the lake is nice to look out over. The park is outdated. This is a Christian run place which is very nice, but they prefer no drinking which bothered my father; however, he did have a few beers without anyone saying anything to him. I think they just are not interested in a lot of kids partying there. Overall nice place to stay. We will be back for sure! We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $29.00
An older park that doesn't appear to have had much improvement. We have a 38' 5th wheel and large truck. Very tight entry into campground: would not consider this park big rig friendly. Sandy sites. Power didn't work in first receptacle we tried. Tried another box and that one worked. Was a cheap park but just due to tight entry, would not return here again. Was told that it has been a problem area for large rigs. We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
We have been here for a visit the past 3 yrs and each year we notice a lack of interest by mgmt to update and keep clean. Some seasonal residents have turned areas into tacky town and the restrooms and showers are terrible.Cobwebs,bugs(live and dead),dirt and rusty looking fixtures are the scene in restrooms and bathhouse. I for one would not use it. On the brighter side the owner is friendly, keeps a natural setting, good spacing between sites, a great place for kids to spend a day camping and its basically quiet We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Motorhome.
We visited over the July 4 weekend and were surprised it wasn't crowded -- we had open sites on both sides of us and were given a choice of four sites. All are fairly close to the lake (we could see it easily from our site) and the beach is a very short walk. The lake is great for families because it isn't deep, the water is warm and there's plenty of room for everyone. The lake's water is kind of red, so don't wear a white suit or T-shirt. The owners are very nice people, and the little store is well-stocked and the prices were reasonable. It was very quiet (save for a slight hum of traffic from beyond the park) and clean, and the seasonal people were, for the most part, delightfully friendly. There were lots of dogs but all were on leashes. The only detractions I can think of is that there isn't much in the game room for kids, and the playground is old and in disrepair. It looked like all the waterfront sites were taken by seasonal folks, but I really can't argue against that. Aside from the minor details, we had a lovely, peaceful time and even made an easy 45-minute drive to Ocean City one day. We camped at Indian Branch Park Campground in a Travel Trailer.