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Took a ride on the Harley Tuesday(late March 2021) and didn’t know where I was. 75 miles from home and passed this place on my way to get fuel but wanted to come back and take a look. Wasn’t to impressed when I pulled in but the further I got the more it just felt right. The view was amazing even with the lake drained and the spots had nice shade and were a good size definitely gonna put together a group for the guys and ride down this summer for the weekend. Always wanted to go Motorcycle camping and this just feels like the right place
Nine lakes, seven connected by water ways. Many trails with ratings from easy to rugged, distances of 1 mile to 4 miles and many of them cross to make your hike longer. Many campsites with some space between, but if the park was full, would be crowded. Very friendly rangers and well kept park.
We stayed at Harrison Lake last year for our oldest daughters birthday. Although we didn’t have the best neighbors we really enjoyed the park! We rode bikes to the beach pretty much every single day and then through the main part of the park! We cannot wait to go again!
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.
While this park has immense potential to be breathtakingly gorgeous, the staff & especially the owners are a complete sh*t show. We should've left the second they told me they gave our sites away, but we had drove over an hour to get there. Too many things to list went wrong…its unbelievable! I've also given them MONTHS to refund my credit card, as they promised repeatedly & still after dozens of calls& unfulfilled promises, NOTHING. Save your time. Your patience. And your money…CAMP SOMEWHERE ELSE
Several customers are having the same issues, some are filing legal actions. CAMPERS BEWARE
The owner threw rocks at the geese and ordered his dog to attack them while they scurried their multiple families of babies across the pond…"because they sh*t everywhere!" he yelled to us…Completely Unbelievable behavior!!!! (The geese were never a nuisance or an issue in any way at all)
**no fire pit rings, no wifi and no tables as advertised.**
They continue to blame a 3rd party service for everyone's unfortunate experiences, but I've spoken to them personally and they still don't follow through with ANY of their promises to reconcile the experience
Owner is not customer orientated. Cannot keep a staff or lifeguards more than 1 season. Lost 14+ seasonal rentals just last year because of POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE!! We were one of them. Had been there 8 years and every year it keeps getting worse. LOOK OUT FOR BEDBUGS IN THE CABINS!! They won't tell you they had them so make sure you look carefully!! Don't expect any assistance if you need help or have a complaint. Security at night is terrible. People park outside the gate and come in stealing golf carts and everything else. Owners son took golf carts one year and parked them in the woods across the street. IF YOU CAMP THERE DONT SAY YOU HAVEN'T BEEN WARNED!!!
There are many free spots on this road where you can pull off and setup a tent or small RV. The spot we stayed was nestled near a lake that offered a great sunrise and sunset. Thank goodness there were some hard frosts before and I could only imagine this spot being infested with mosquitos. This was a nice spot for an afternoon and stay for the night but I don’t think we would have stayed longer at our specific site (we passed about 2 other sites that looked slightly more roomy. Overall we would recommend this area if you need a FREE place to stay with awesome sunrises and sunsets. Also check when the hunting season is as we just missed it and based on others reviews from other websites it would have not been a pleasant morning to wake up to gunshots.
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