Stayed here from Thursday to Monday. Park is clean, sites roomy.
There isn't a whole lot to do in the park itself. Once you've seen the Indian village, self guided, and the homestead, you're pretty much done. The biking is on nice pavement, but not many trails.
There is a nice water park for families. We didn't spend any time there, so I don't feel I can give it a review at this time.
The potential is there, I guess time will tell if it gets developed.
The full hookups are awesome! Love that capability, and being five minutes from Lafayette, and all the activities and things to see it offers was nice. We will go back again, just wish there was more to do in the park itself
This campground is located in the shadow of Madison, IN. There are trails for all levels of expertise.
Te reason I gave this park a 3 is because the campground was not mown when we got there, calf deep grass, and the person at the campground gate handed us a map, and that was it, no hello, how are you, zip. In general the staff was not overly friendly or approachable.
Hving said the above, we totally enjoyed the trails, falls, and other sites to see around the park. I would recommend this park to anyone. We will go back. We didn't see everything in the area even though we were there5 days…
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!