I feel this is one of the best state parks in Indiana. Come with your own water as they don’t have water hookups at your campsite but there are some nearby. The sites are very spacious and clean. Bath houses are always clean! Playground areas for the kids throughout the park lots of bike and walking trails. No pools but a beautiful man made lake for swimming and fishing. Lots of wildlife throughout the park. A great nature center is a must to see for the little ones. My family has camped here for many years. There is also a separate campground for horse lovers.
Oline reservations are encouraged, however, winter camping is "walk-in." There are many well maintained trails to explore, and a large lake to fish or kayak.
Always enjoy our stay here. The grounds are always well kept. Love how far back the campgrounds are from the main entrance. Bike paths and walking paths maintained nicely. Full park is very well kept and manicured well. The only thing is restrooms….cleaned but not spotless like some others. They are heavily used so not really an issue, mainly old and tired. Time to upgrade! Not an issue for us, but should be redone soon in our opinion.
Great for camper camping and day visits. They have hiking trails and boating and fishing.
its a nice visit for kids and young adults. lots of trails for riding bikes. Playgrounds near camping sites. Beach fun also fishing.
took my son on a father son camping trip! normaly i would bring my 32 foot camper but we roughed it for the weekend and tent camped. sites were smooth and level and well taken care of. lots of nice walking and biking trails and a big electric motor only fishing lake and nice beach.