This was our second stay at Indian Trails, this time for a fall weekend. We purposely stayed here for the indoor pool, which is nice but was freezing cold. It's also difficult to sit and watch the kids with the overpowering chlorine smell. This campground has a lot of amenities, including a miniature golf course with a steep price of $17.00 for a family of four. We stayed on a site at the west end of the campground, which backs to the wooded area and hiking trail. These sites are nice and wide, but are poorly designed with the electric at the front of the site and the water/sewer at the rear. They are also very uneven from side to side and require a lot of leveling blocks. Bathroom cleanliness was average, and showers are only one temperature and can't be adjusted. The dog park is great and the kids really enjoyed the BMX track. We will stay here again. - thor4
Most of the sites are of good size. We have a 33' 5th wheel and had a lake front site with plenty of room. The store is well stocked with general supplies, and the staff is always ready to help. The restaurant service was very slow when we were checking out, but the food was good. My advice book well in advance if your going to stay's a great place and they fill up quick. - John P.
We have camped at Indian Trails almost annually for a number of years and are continuously impressed with updates and improvements. The family that owns it are on the spot and attentive to everyone. They make you feel like you are the most important camper to them. There is such a variety of activities for kids, quiet areas for adults, and sites are spread out. If you want to have a group together, they can accommodate. If you want to have a quiet weekend with a spouse along the water, they have a spot for that, too. Showers, restrooms, pits are available throughout the park. Speed limits, quiet times, and good camp etiquette is given priority. Schedule activities abound or you can just settle in. Have recommended this camp and will continue to do so. - Camping Wisconsin