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About Prophetstown State Park
Access
Drive In
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Prophetstown State Park is located in Indiana
Latitude
40.503 N
Longitude
-86.832 W
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6 Reviews of Prophetstown State Park
Battle Ground

Inside the park are blacktop trails for hiking or bike riding. They also have walking trails. Nice and relaxing campground. Modern bathhouse, three large playgrounds and shelters to use.

Great hikes, great sights, clean, and private! Fun water park & playground

The full hook up sites are level and private.

great family campground!

sites have chip gravel, clean sites, clean comfort stations. This is NOT a woodsy campground with waterfalls. read the descriptions. Some sites are full hookup. they planted some trees in the prairie area. Spruce trees In the spruce loop are dyIng from whatever Is killing all spruce trees. Bike trails are paved and good for little ones and families. Waterpark is $5.00 and entertains all ages. Haven’t been to the Wolf Park nearby but planning to go.

Waves of Grain

Well kept and clean area in the plains of Indiana. Great amnesties for the area such as a new, large public pool and a few hiking and biking trails.

Awesome Stay!

Wonder campground! We have camped here several time during 2017 and have never been disappointed. Very nice shower house. Great swimming pool, paved bike & walking trails. Nice wooded trails and shelters for group events.

Battle Creek near by as well as on site historical/informational site to visit. Rangers offer several options for activities.

We plan to camp there again during the 2018 season.

First to Review
Prophetstown State Park, near Lafayette, IN

We go to Prophetstown State Park sometimes because it is close to Lafayette, IN, and it is a place where you can go hiking. You can ride bikes within the park if you want to. Fairly large modern campground area w/ water and electrical hook-ups, bath house and restrooms. Everything was quite clean here, and very little trash seen on the ground. This is one of Indiana's newest state park and has a lot of acres of prairie, so much of the landscape is not very impressive. Most hiking trails are easy to hike on, but a bit boring compared to some other more scenic parks. Not much shade at many of the campsites. Can do some birding here if interested.