This campground is heavly wooded for the most part. We loved it. The owners are extremely nice and willing to help in any way they can. They put on a wonderful firework show for the campers. The facilities are kept clean at all times. This campground is a teen friendly place. They have lots to do for all children. The campground has fishing pond, pool, pavallon, heated club house for clubs, store, teen hangout which includes pool, arcade games, puzzles, family games, books, juke box, horseshoes, basketball, playground, and a rugged trail to a river for canoeing or fishing.
This campground has many seasonals. They advertise camping on the river, but all river sites are seasonals. We were put in an open grassy field. No markers or gravel. You actually camp on the grass. Would have been a mess if it rained. We experienced lots of children running around unsupervised. The campground has a nice playground and swimming in the quarry. Unfortunately the water trampoline was out of commission but looked fun. There is no planned activities. The new restrooms look to be nice. I visited 4 times in one weekend and found overflowing trash cans, no paper towels or toilet paper. There are only 4 for 186 sites. I was not impressed at all. I don't think I will go back. Overall it looked like a Hillbilly campground.
Very nice campground. Handicap accessible. One of Indiana's best kept secrets. No planned activities but they do have a nice playground, volleyball, hourseshoes, recreation room, river and creek fishing.