I just want to start by saying this is a really neat park. The only problem that I have with it is if you have a dog there’s only one trail that is dog friendly. The campground itself is nice. Primitive is available. But nice campground.
This campsite is more for a light camper. It is not primative and they have losging available. It is a beautiful area of land with a gorgwous lake.
Probably one of the smallest campsites I've been to and it's never been crowded when we went which is nice for our family. There are some very nice hiking trails and a great museum and nature center. We live right across the Ohio in Evansville thus this is our go to park for a last minute getaway where we don't have to worry about making reservations months in advance to get a decent spot.
John J Audubon State Park has some awesome architecture and the feel of old school parks.
Near Henderson, Ky off the Pennyrile Parkway and a stone throw away from Evansville, In.
The campground is at the front of the park. Not huge, and it was not crowded when we visited. Plenty of sites to pick from.
The trails are nice, there is only one that allows dogs. The onsite buildings are old school and have to be seen to be appreciated. Worth the trip or a nice stop off enroute somewhere else.