I make multiple visits here every year, mainly for the mountain bike trails. There are almost 30 miles of trails inside the park with new trails every year for the past 3+ years. Connectivity to Yellowwood and Hoosier National Forest is also available for those adventurous individuals with lots of gas in the bike tank. From beginner to expert, some trail for everyone at this location. Lots tend to be smaller in size with most activity happening up front in Buffalo Ridge, close to general store, water and trails. For more secluded and wooded setting, chose Taylor Ridge (careful with larger RV's) Typical Indiana campground with basic comfort stations. Negatives include no beaches or water sports for such a large park, no WIFI (unplug and enjoy!) and lack of shade on up front sites. Close proximity to antique and quaint town of Nashville with many shops and a few restaurants. Definitely try Big Woods Pizza and Quaff-On Brewery! Lots of hiking and scenic overlooks! One of my Indiana favs!
My wife and I come here every year since purchasing our travel trailer. We recommend securing a spot in the back sites 230-287 for larger lots and quieter atmosphere. Younger families tend to book up front near the playground and the noise and activities are more robust. Be ready with back up cords, some sites require 75 ft to hook up. With dog friendly beaches, beginner MTB trails and paved bike paths, this checks all our boxes. Natural wetlands abound, so definitely bring the mosquito spray. Typical Indiana Campground with basic amenities, older comfort stations and spotty WIFI. I like unplugging but sometimes work demands I respond promptly. Not too far from South Bend for city amenities, restaurants and supplies. Takes 10-15 mins to drive out of campground, so keep this in mind. Definitely keep coming back!