This was not our greatest camping weekend. We will not be back to this park. The cable and WiFi didn't work, if it did work you were charged to get the password, to be able to use your computer. Our son had to take his tent down from our site or pay and additional $19 a night to sleep in his tent. No shade to speak of, sites were very close together, gravel lots, it rained most of the weekend, very poor drainage from campsite to campsite. Our friends were camping in a mud pit. We will find another park or stick to State Parks from now on.
This is one of the greatest parks that we have ever camped in. One of Indiana's best kept secrets. Everything was clean, neat and tidy. The staff is first rate, the grounds well kept and clean, restrooms wonderful. We had a spot along the river, it was very relaxing to watch geese, and canoes come floating past. We mainly have camped in state parks most of the time. We will definitely be back. There are not a lot of organized activities, but there is a very nice playground and nice grassy areas for corn hole or polo bolo to play with groups of family and friends.
This is our family's favorite state park. Even though the trees are just "babies" this park will be beautiful in a few years. The comfort station is new and very clean, there is a nice paved bike trail and a very well marked hiking trail. Since this park is so new, every time we go there is something "new" to see. We will be back on a regular basis. The park is a quick 15-20 minute drive to the Purdue Lafayette campus for all of you "boiler" fans.
Just a one night stop on our way to a family vacation in South Carolina from Indiana. Very small sites, very close together, charged us to use our air conditioner when it was 90+ degrees outside. We had problems with the electric hookups, we kept blowing a fuse until my husband changed us to another electric box. There is a lot of highway noise, campground is just off I-75, if we are in this area again we will try a state park or another private park. The pool was nice since it was so hot.
We loved this park. We were headed to a family reunion in South Carolina from Indiana. We found this campsite on the Internet, called and got reservations, had no problems checking in. They have 5 "primo" spots, that feature a great view. We were able to get one of those, it is a great quiet park. The staff was very friendly, nice showers and bathroom facilities. Very easy trial to hike, walk. During our hike we saw a bear, that was a highlight to our stay there. We only stayed one night but would stay agian if we were in the area. We had no problem getting up the hill with a full-size four wheel drive truck and 26 foot travel trailer.