Lots to do besides camping. Can rent boats. Horse back riding. Boating. Nice sites. Loved it here and will definitely go back. 2014
One of the cleanest campgrounds I have been to. Very nice, few bugs, grassy. Would go again.
Not that we're highly experienced RVers, but this is hands down the nicest park we've ever stayed at. Meticulously manicured with very friendly staff and site hosts. Several different campgrounds to choose from. They don't take reservations; it's first come first served, but there are enough sites so you'll likely never have a problem. Check in host will tell which grounds are best for you. Small but well supplied general store. Tall maples, paved roads and spacious sites with campfire/grill pit & sturdy bench tables, bath houses that are as clean as our home, spacious sites (many are level but quite a few are inclined a bit). There are sites deep in the trees and sites in the open; all are near bath houses. We stayed in Raccoon Run, almost chose 'Whitetail' cause it was nice too. 'Lakeview' has lake views but no electric and mostly tents. Lotsa wildlife; we saw otters, raccoons and deer but heard there are a lot of beavers too. Non Indiana residents pay a $9 park fee per day without a pass; camping was $22 for us on top of that. No doubt we will make it a point to stay here again... and for a longer stay as well. And did I mention - NO BUGS - in August. But do watch out for poison ivy near the thick trees. You'll need your own firewood too, but that's normal.