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Nice clean park plenty of trees ..will need to fill up with fresh water at park .. we camped at lot 85 $20 a night $30 Friday- Sunday .. pier for fish .. didn't catch much .. Several small towns around for food and supplies ..the park restaurant wasn't open when we were there but I heard it was…
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I absolutely love camping here. I went for years with my family growing up in a pop up and pull behind. I recently went tent camping there and it was awesome as usual. Some of the trails￼ are a little rough, as in could use some mulch or rock but other than that it was really nice. There is a lot…
Fairly new campground. Bathrooms and showers were very nice and clean. Tent sites have the most shade I’ve seen at any campsite I’ve been to, very good. Overall great place to crash for the night.
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There isn’t a campground here. Besides that, pretty cool place.
This is a resort not a get away from it all camping. It is well maintained, friendly staff, lots to do for kids. Sites are close, as in any resort style campground. Full hook ups, good cell service, WiFi is an additional cost.
Didn’t camp/ just used the bathroom. Primitive. 45 spots.
The campground is HUUUUGE. We ended up in a full sun spot which wasn’t ideal but we were able to move to a cooler spot after everyone left on Sunday afternoon.
The beach is just a few minutes away. The staff is very friendly and easy to work with. One playground is actually in full shade which is…
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The owner just reopened this campground 2 years ago, put a lot of work into it. Overall great place, roughly 3 miles off the interstate. GPS states there is a bridge to the campground, but not true. Can drive directly to it. Lovely area with fishing not far from the campsite. Full hookups on every…
Very pretty city park with wide sites though some are close together. Nice lake, trails, swimming area. Etc. Sites have water and electric, dump station on site. Weekends are busy. We would stay here again.
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Ok fishing, disc golf, tennis court, beach for swimming friendly campers, they allow fires and golf carts ..9 hole golf course around the other half of the lake ..great family fun.. big minus park has no WIFI
Tucked in and away a beautiful holler, this is what modern day camping is at its finest. The staff are amazing, and friendly. When you walk into the main office you’re greeted by items of nostalgia and a past long gone, from a Boy Scouts weblo book to lps and this place is amazing. Be sure to grab…
I stayed for 2 weeks and they DO have many amenities that are nice post covid, the staff is friendly and helpful, but if you’re looking for leg room keep going. RVS and campers are packed in like sardines and it is an extremely high priced, 490 for just two weeks!!
The people are wonderful. The sights are gorgeous. Many things to do for family or just a couple. But if you plan to do your laundry make sure the dryer actually dries. That's the only complaint.
This is by far the best KOA I have ever stayed at. We stopped here for an overnight and wish we could have stayed longer but needed to get back on the road. It’s quite, very well maintained, friendly staff, lots are big. Just can’t say enough about this park.
This park is conveniently located beside Holiday World in Santa Claus, Indiana! There is a wide variety of activities and it's a fun place to camp with family! Some of the sites are a little too close together but other than that, my family really enjoys camping at Lake Rudolph!