We have stayed at this park several times. The camp sites are mostly spaced out for room, but some can get very wet and flooded during a nice rain. The paved bike trail in the park starts near the campground, and connects with a bike trail along the Wabash River that goes into nearby Bluffton, and is an easy ride. The bison enclosure is always fun to check out, and the last time we stayed I actually walked to the top of the restored fire tower to take in the view. We have never used the lake, but plan on taking some kayaks out at some point.
Great little State Park. Nice clean camp sites. Plenty of trails to hike and a nice little lake to enjoy. Will definitely come back here
Love this place for winter camping. The campground comfort stations are heated all winter long.
Nice campsites and great hiking. The raccoons were pretty annoying though.
The sites are well cared for and the rest rooms and showers are well taken care of. They have to and rent camping sites. Primitive camps sites are open year round.
Nice quiet campground. Plenty of activities for families to do. The kids loved the Bison. 200 ft fire tower you can climb. Beach is nice.
Only draw back is no water and sewer hook up at the campsite.
Love all the trails here, lots of options for how long of a hike you want to take! There’s a surprising variation between more deciduous and coniferous environments depending on the trail you choose. While you’re there, don’t forget to say hello to the bison!
Obliging host/ hostess. Plenty of fire wood. Large camp sites. Small number of sites. Facilities kept clean by DNR and fellow campers. Nice hiking trails, but not challenging.