I used this location as my FOB for a weekend of hiking in southern Indiana. The campground was nice. Being the first weekend in April, the water wasn’t turned on so there were no modern restrooms/shower houses available. I’d say the camp was 30% capacity over the weekend, relatively quiet in the evenings with light road traffic. The gate staff were exceptional, suggesting a much better sight than I had registered for online.
This is a wonderful conference center run by wonderful people. Because of the work I do I have had the opportunity to have several interactions with the staff. It’s always a pleasure.
This is a great, quiet campground during the week. Being non electric there is usually a good mix of tent and trailer types. I prefer camping solo during the week because this camp can be virtually silent thanks to no electric hookups. The hiking here is some of the best topography around, certainly matching Turkey Run, but you don’t have to deal with all the people! There have been times I’ve come to hike and felt like I had the entire park to myself. Take this as you will: little to no cell signal through most of the campground.
I’ve been zipping here twice and enjoyed both encounters. About three years transpired between visits and they have added a lot of new features since my original visit. I haven’t stayed here but they ha e some interesting retro campers set up for rent. The zip lines are the big attraction for me!