This Campground offers something for everyone it has a lodge a pool caves to tourThey have a historic village and close to the campground is additional caves to view there is a zoo to see giraffe and elephant’sSo much to do in the area we stayed for a week and could have stayed longer
Inside Spring Mill state park, is a large campground for RVs with electric hookups, youth camp grounds for groups, and a primitive campground with no electricity. I stayed in primitive camping the first weekend in July and I couldn’t have asked for a better spot. Open space, close to facilities and water pump, Ground was mostly flat, slightly shady in the afternoon, and very peaceful.
With the entrance fee and registration tag, we could come and go from the park as we pleased. There are trails to hike and a nature center. The lake has been restored and paddle boats can be rented. The village is a wonderful place to walk around and enjoy, especially when volunteers set up demonstrations.
This campround is kept clean. There is a cave tour also on offer in which you ride thru the cave system in a boat. Yes there are even lifevests for customer to wear! There is even an amazing pioneer village to explore where an original corn mill stands and you can buy freshly ground corm mill!
The campground is located inside the state park entrance so the gate fee applies to your first entry, but once you check into your site you can come and go as you wish. There is a little camp store with decent prices and lots for the kids to do.
Love walking thru the pionier village.(esp for Halloween Not a huge fan of the campground. Very unlevel sites roads were narrow.
Wonderful campgrounds and sites!!!
Stayed during the week, not very crowded.
We spent a week at spring mill state park. The site we where at was heavily sloped, the only flat part was where they put the fire pit at. When we looked at the other site most of the shaded sites that had some privacy where also heavily sloped, the best site we found was #9. The village, twin cave tour, and trail 4 where fun. But we weren't fond of the other trails we where on, they didn't have many view but trees (which would of been better if it wasn't so hot at the time).
This state park has a very large camp ground, campers or primative. It's a large park with tons of trails and even several caves. Some caves are guided by boat. Very neat to see. Also has a pioneer village for touring along with a visitor center honoring astronaut Virgil Gus Grissom. Offers good fishing at the lake, electric motors only, but does offer trout. I would recommend this place to anyone passing through, it can get very busy on weekends.