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Great campground for families, lots of hiking trails, rocky beach for kids to play in river, canoeing. Black top roads great for kids to ride bikes too. The visitor center had feeding time for the animals and other activities as well. Make sure to get campsites 9-20 as they have shade.
We just purchased our first camper. A Coleman Lantern 17B. We wanted to do a shake down trip close to home so we chose Mounds State Park just 45 minutes north of Indianapolis. Upon entering the park we drove to the campsite. The sites were immaculate. The bathrooms some of the cleanest ive seen anywhere! The charming camp store has a hummingbird feeder where birds come by often for some sweet nectar. We only stayed 2 nights and managed to walk all the trails and spend tome at the actual mounds. Ot was a great chance to work out our bigs close to home. We will definitely be back.
Very nice. Small and quiet. Lots of historical significance. Very nice trails. Awesome visitors center. The campground is right next to a local airport. Not terrible, but can be noisy. Can also be entertaining! Also a rail line pretty close that woke us up couple times a night.
Pads are paved but narrow. Roads are narrow. Next to airport. We stayed at site 11. It’s a 50 amp. Liked the woods view. Our 41 ft 5th wheel fit with room. They are strict about multiple cars and parking on the grass. Small playground. Too early for the pool to be open. Historic home you can tour as well as a “Mounds” tour. Trails are pretty easy and not too lengthy.
This is a nice state park outside of Anderson In. It has nice walking trails and is on the White river. There is a gorgeous swimming pool. The bath house is clean, but not the best. It is cheap to camp at this location about $37 for the first night and $30 there after.