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Wonderful place!

We absolutely loved our stay here. The staff was all very polite and helpful. We had a nice shady campsite that was pretty secluded. They have a really neat pioneer village to explore that you have to visit while you're there!

Horrible

This was the most horrible experience I’ve ever had at a campground

Smoky bar room

This campground is very well run down the office smells like an old bar smoky pool room the people are not friendly they will damage your camper and not take responsibility of their employees I would not recommend staying there no longer than five minutes

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Review of NY st. Bridge Camp

The Camp under the bridge is a hard place to live. It has I-beams that are low enough to knock you out.

Best fun family n beach

Best social camping for family

Nashville, IN

Brown County State Park is near Nashville….Indiana. Much smaller then the famous one, however a lot to see and to do. Excellent area to explore. The campground is well set up. The sites are nice size and level-ish. The facilities are newer and older depending on where your at in the park. They are well maintained though. There are a bunch of trails that are shared by horse back riders , bikers and hikers so be aware as you drive and move around the park.

Love it Here

I have been camping here since I was a kid. Bathrooms and showers are nice. If you want electricity, get an electric site. If you want primitive, get a primitive site. Lots of things to do. Your kids have bo reason to be on electronics here. 😁

What a great place

This is a great place, lots of spots right on the water!

Decent campground

Located on a Navy Base, so only open to active duty, retired military, DoD civilians and their families. Must have ID card to get on base.

The base is very large in area and wooded. Watch out for wildlife, especially deer and pay attention to speed limits. Don’t mind the occasional explosions and distant machine gun fire ; they test ordnance there. But no worries, it isn’t loud at the campground.

The campground is located by Lake Greenwood, so the MWR operates a marina where you can rent boats, kayaks, paddle boards and so on. They sell bait and ice. There’s a nice boat dock if you need to launch your own boat and plenty of dock space to tie your boat up. You can fish or waterski on the lake; it’s that big.

The campground is not real large. It’s all gravel, but full RV hookups. The electric, water and sewer services are reliable, but no Wi-Fi and unless you have Verizon, no cell service (but they are supposed to have a new AT&T tower up soon). They have nice cabins and a separate tent site area, where there’s a small beach for swimming. Pets are welcome. They have a little shack with firewood; $5 a wheelbarrow load. Every site has a fire ring and a picnic table. The shower house is a bit dated, but clean. There’s dumpsters close by. Very pretty location.

They do have daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates.

There’s a base exchange and commissary on base, but the closest town is about 20 minutes away, a small town called Odon, but you can find whatever you need there. Bloomington is about 50 miles away. The tiny village of Crane is outside the gate. There’s a bar and a pizza place and that’s about it.

RV’s and trailers must use the Crane gate, located off I69 exit 87, then south on US231 a couple miles. You’ll see the signs. Call ahead for reservations; they do fill up most weekends and you’ll need them to explain the check-in procedure once you get on base.

The teepees are great

All you need to bring is a blanket and food this place has the rest.