Located in west-central Ohio, 5,100-acre Indian Lake State Park Campground offers a variety of water-related recreational opportunities. Visitors can boat, fish, jet-ski and camp at this noteworthy, man-made lake. The park itself is 800 acres and features two beaches for swimmers to enjoy. Campers can enjoy the shade of large mature oak, sycamore and maple trees and cozy up to a campfire for a night of s’mores and laughter. Indian Lake, Ohio campgrounds guarantee fun for everyone.
Traveling with a dog is not always easy, but I throughly enjoyed my stay. Will be back again, happy it wasn’t full of people. Wifi strong, Verizon service great, premium electric (I have 30amp and there was a hookup), no water as it’s winter meaning no bathrooms (there is a porterhouse). Clean sites and friendly folks.
Very nice campground with larger campsites. Campers varied from tents to large RV’s. Most sites are shaded with large trees and at the end of the cul de sac’s were canals that let you access the lake from the campground. Even had docks for boat campers. A very pleasant and relaxing atmosphere here. Park and restrooms were clean and the showerhouse in “B” section seemed to have been just remodeled. Some fast food and restaurants were close by with unique places like the “Tiltin Hilton” which offered a selection of sandwiches and beer. Nice large playground for the kids as well. Always seemed to have a breeze through the campsites.
The campground and beach were very nice. The facilities are clean and updated. They have a pool on site as well but do to covid it was closed now. There are many playground areas throughout the campground for kids to play at. Some sites are directly on the lake you can pull your jet skis or boats and dock them at your site. There is a boat ramp near the camping beach with a nice large parking lot. The only real negative for me was it was very busy and congested. The campground is such a popular place especially at holidays that it was extremely busy and congested. Some sites were just feet apart from each other.
Great access to the lake, really clean great fishing. Will stay again for sure
Nice park on large lake . Some great spots to be had right along inner channels. Great fishing right from campsite
We stopped at this park on our way up from SC. We spent 3 days 2 nights at the park. It was very nice but due to COVID-19 the pool area and other public areas were closed. The park was empty during the week which was nice. The beach was very good and the boys loved it. We also did some kayaking with our own m kayaks. Great place to go would definitely go back. The only down side for us was no water hook up at the site. They have plenty of water filling sites to fill tanks or water jugs tho. We would definitely stay here again.
This parks has a lot to offer if you like water sports. There is a camper beach area, swimming pool and boat launch within the campground. The down since a lot of site are in full sun and no privacy. We do like the B section and try to stay there when we can. There are no hiking trails or at least none that I have found and the paved trail you have to drive to as well as the disc golf course. I like when everything is close by. The camp store is nice except the firewood was terrible. It was fresh cut and never did burn but other than that nice store. We also visited a local wine room ( Fion ) when staying at the park which was fun although nothing to do with the park directly.
We visited here during their "Christmas in July" weekend and it was very fun. The kids and I got to hang Christmas lights and blow-ups. The campground had events like Christmas movies, a boat Christmas Parade, and even the big guy Santa. The campground is really big and spread out. The one negative comment is that with the age of our children we were far away from the beach, playground, and pool. When we go back we'll look to choose our campground based on location rather than campsite size.
We went during the week and it was so nice! No one was at the beach except a couple families, great view of the lake, we camped on B105 which was a great site. Would definitely recommend!! They even have boat slips next to all the campsites in the canal.
So far, so good haven’t been here long