Indian Springs Campground with over 350 sites has seen many improvements and upgrades within the last 10 ten years, We are a great family campground, but we are also so much more! We are a great location to hold parties, reunions, retreats, and a great spot to have just a day away from it all.
Sites: From Tents to Class A's we have sites that can accomodate you! We have nice areas for tenters, but the majority of our sites are 20/30/50 amp electric, water, and sewer, from long pull-thru sites, back-in sites, sites with concrete parking, patios and more!
Accomodations: One of our Rustic Cabins, Travel Trailers, Park Model Villas, or our own tiny house "The Lodge" are perfect lodging options if you or your family members do not have a camping unit or do not feel like tenting it.
Banquet Hall / Event Center: Ideal for almost any gathering, this large hall can accomodate 200 people. It has large patio doors leading out to a massive deck overlooking our lake, fully handicap accessible including bathrooms, and features a large kitchen. Talk to us about all the great reassons why Indian Springs Campground may be the perfect place for your event!
Pavillions: We have two large open-air pavillions that can handle medium or large groups, as well as three small picnic pavillions with mounted grills and picnic tables to have a day away!
Store: We have one of the largest and best stocked camp stores that you will find, including a snack shack with hand dipped ice cream, ice, propane fill station, firewood, bait, and so much more! FREE WI-FI hotspot!
Fun: Check out our large Sandy Beach with our War Path Water Slide, swim raft, sand volleyball courts, and lounge chairs. We also have available to rent: Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPS), Kayaks, Paddle Boats, Fishing Boats, Canoes, and more!
Recreation: Hiking, biking, basketball, horseshoes, beach volleyball, and a large updated playground.
Golf Cart Friendly: Available to rent, we have newer four (4) seat electric golf carts with lights and battery level indicator, great for those that want to take it easy!
Convieniently located: Near Shopping, Museums, Wineries, Breweries, Golf, Auburn Auctions America, Auburn Automobile and WWII Museum, and much more even on rainy days there is plenty to do or not!
Activities: The young and young at heart will enjoy the wide range of activities and events that we have throughout the season, special events, hayrides, potlucks, tournaments, crafts, bingo, and so much more! So whether you want to just relax around the campfire or come join in the activities, we are sure that you will have a fun and enjoyable experience!
They really need to focus on how to keep tent campers coming back instead of focusing on the seasonal campers. No grass. Tiny spots. Not enough restrooms. Not enough showers. Sad part is, there is only one restroom and it is 9 times out of 10, too disgusting to use. We will continue coming back once a year, but wish it was nice enough to come back even more than that. The fireworks were amazing though!
Chose this place as it was near the Ark and Creation Museum. It was a no frills place. Back half of campground has permanent RVs that we’re old and messy. Front half was not too bad. They are some that are lake front. The highway noise was terrible. We had A/C on and sound machine and still had a rough time sleeping. Not a bad place for a stopover but too noisy for more than a few nights.
Dirty restrooms. Dirty lake. You have to pay extra to use the slide. Camp sites have been cut in half. Only 1 bathhouse/restrooms all the eay in the front at the beach. On the 2nf day we did find a porta potty in the back but it was nasty and everyone refused to use it. Manager was rude when i could not fit my car, tent (10x20), table and fire ring on out site. Told me o had to move my tent 1 foot over after it was already set up and loaded with beds. She left and I pulled it down and restaked just in time for her to vome and look disappointed that i had followed her order to pull it down and said i did not have to do that. The site was mostly dirt very little to no grass. When it rained we had nothing but mud. Hay rides on the weekend were late and the man driving it went way to fast down the back hill making you feel you were about to fall out. Employees childrwn throwing water on the people riding the hay ride. Someone went around fogging for mosquitos and allowed the children to run and play in the fog. Karaoke lady was extremely rude to all the children.
They have a waterslide, big store, hand scooped ice cream, clean bathrooms and boat rentals.
I was not very impressed with this campsite in regards of things to do. The campsites were nice and spaced out and you can go play in the spring water and boat but that is about it.