This campground is a great place for families and pets.
We camped in the electric part of the park. During our stay we enjoyed the hiking opportunities for us and our dogs.
There were children involved in bike riding and playing at the playground every day and activities like the park Challenge to explore the park in a guided way, looking for local animals and skeletal remains.
Yu can also fish, canoe, Kayak or tube on the Tippecanoe River.
The Comfort Buildings were well lit and clean. They were also well stocked.
There was a horse camp available as well as youth tenting and cabins to rent.
This is a great State Park with more things to offer in addition to the ones mentioned above. We will definitely be back.Check it out for yourself soon!
small but worth going. fire tower climb was beautiful. A nice little place to relax.
Older campground with a lot of trees for shade. Sites are big and level. A lot of activities for kids of all ages.
Large sites with lots of trees. Great activities for kids of all ages.
Great campground. Our site had plenty of space for our tent and other gear. Close walking distance to several bathrooms/bath houses. Did not check out any trails or other options there. Did participate in a star gazing event being held that weekend and it is still something my husband and I talk about regularly. I have AT&T service and could not use my phone at all, my husband has Verizon and had no problems with cell service.
This is the place to go for a quiet simple camping trip. There is no pool or camp store and cell service is limited so it is a great place to get away from it all. Lots of kids riding bikes and playing at the playground. Almost every camper brings their dog. It is how camping should be!
An autumn stay to Tippecanoe River State Park was about as good as it gets for us. Mature wooded campground. Plentiful level grassy tent spots to put up a tent. Clean facilities. Quiet park. Knowledgeable and friendly staff.