Standard (Tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Lakeshore Camp Resort

Lakeshore Camp Resort Portage, IN is a 940 site Membership park. We have 115 full hookup campsites and 13 cabins available for rent to the general public. We offer you and your family a fun filled camping experience with access to our many amenities that include: 22 Acre lake, 4 pools, beaches, fishing, boat rental, mini golf, daily recreational activities, weekend entertainment, and much more!

$49.00 - $57.00
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Lakeshore Camp Resort is located in Indiana
41.5948 N
-87.2056 W
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5300 Old Porter Road, Portage, IN 46368
9 Reviews of Lakeshore Camp Resort
This is not camping

If your idea of camping is to be surrounded by nature, quiet, and the ability to social distance then DO NOT CAMP HERE.

Likes hire camp resort is like choosing to camp in the middle of a neighborhood whose population density is higher than chicago, except instead of apartments, it’s trailers. The train is so loud that it’s bound to wake you up numerous times in the middle of the night. There are so many flood lights that it is never dark.

Like a neighborhood, we were so far from a public bathroom that we had to drive and the first two bathrooms we went to on the first night were locked. When we finally found the bathrooms the next day they were mostly clean.

Positive insights-hook ups work and the Pool and lake were both swimmable. The playground was nice for kids.

This campsite was a once in a lifetime experience, as in, this is the only time we will ever camp here and we will not be back.

Cramped camping

Not my favorite place, but it did the job. Staff was great. Everything was run down. Bathroom was ok.

Now changed to LAKESHORE RESORT.

Same as Yogi

Great spot for family fun

This was a fun campground. We were there the week before peak season opened so none of the pools or splash pads were open, but they were very accommodating so that we could still play mini golf and ride around on the pedal cars.

Words can not express

This is a great place

Always lots of activities on the weekends for kids and adults

This is a busy campground during the summer weekends. Activities for the kids are all weekend and evenings are busy with golf carts parades. The adult fun goes to the wee hours on busy holiday weekends. It’s a lot of fun for those who are looking for a fun filled time. This is not a retirement community campground- this is a busy active place for all ages!

Family Gathering :)

This is a very nice campground. A lot of locals go there to get away for the weekend. :)

Unless you own a seasonal site avoid this place

Such a shame as the majority of the Jellystone campgrounds are nice to be at. This is truly a seasonal friendly resort where the Jellystone rules are very relaxed. If you do not have a seasonal spot you will be stuck next to the 80/94 freeway where it is noisy 24/7/365. The campground also is very dirty and old. Heavy drinking and constant loud and annoying golf cart parades until 1am didn’t help the matter any less. Last disappointment was Lake Michigan is not beautiful near here due to the industry and power plants right on the lake. We will not be going back and even if you are a seasonal camper spend your money elsewhere.

First to Review

This review is reflective of when the campground was branded as Yogi Bear. I can not speak to changes done by new management….The campground is very large with decent sized sites. Very expensive and we have stayed in premium resorts. Definitely not worth the money as the park is very run down. This was and could be an amazing campground, but it appears they have allowed it to be taken over by very old seasonal sites. The aged camping units are in disrepair and standards should be put in place. The place is over run with golf carts at all hours and the gravel paths need attention. Every time a golf cart comes through a huge cloud of dust follows. I’ve never left a campground where my truck, and camper were caked with grey dirt. The pools were dirty and at capacity our entire time and the only clean pool was the adult pool. We took the kids to the lake which was actually fun but then they have a water toy with a slide that they actually charge you to use. I don’t think we will be taking a chance with this place again due to distance, cost, and experience. We took a chance last minute with this place due to good experiences at other Yogi locations even though we read differing reviews online. I would not recommend.

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