Big rig friendly. Pull thru's, FHU's, 30-50 amp, cable (extra $2.00), free wi-fi (good). Asphalt and gravel interior roads. Dirt pull-thrus. Rate for 50 amp is $42.00 a night. Good Sam 10%, Escapees 15%. Friendly people.
Very nice clean campground that's got ez highway access but no road noise. Check in was pleasant and fast. Owner was friendly and efficient. Not a residential park, and there were a lot of nice coaches here. Lots of room and parking was a snap.
This is a very nice camp. Owners were very nice. Very nice pet area. Bathrooms and showers were very clean. Would stay there again.
Huge campground with many pull through sites. The friendly staff seems to maintain everything quite well. Farily easy access from the toll road although it's a bit of a drive from the exit. Feels like a country campground but with shopping close by. A nice overnight experience.
This is a nice park but the water smells funky and the antenna t.v.is much better than the snowy cable they sell you for an extra$25. a month..
Traveling cross country and looking for an overnight stop, we found Elkhart Campground and glad we did! The host, Deb, was a kick to talk to. Very pleasant and helpful. This is a large campground with grass campsites with lots of shade trees. The park has a HUGE off leash area for your pooch to run. Great laundry and clean restrooms. We stayed in a travel trailer and paid under $40 with GS discount.
Fist let me say after we called and told her we would be in after 9 due to vehicle trouble, and when we arrived and told her our name, she didn't even seem to know how long we were staying. Then we find out we have to pay for our child who was over 4, the same as we would the guest fee, theres wifi, but it was sketchy and the we had to pay for cable, and the cable connection didn't work, so we called her and she said she didn't have maintenance there to fix it, so she would refund our money the next day. The pull thru site was decent. Too late to see the rest of the park, so will update later.
This place would be very nice with some work. It is okay for overnight, but needs work to be top drawer. Most sites are pull through. Most are full hookup. Easy to find from I80. Some fulltimers and some junky trailers on site.
New owners are upgrading property. Property clean and well maintained, building interiors are dated however the new owners are obviously investing into the property. Internet is horribly slow, dropped numerous times. With inability to even check emails or preform basic work requirements. Roads are wide for modern class A rigs, with level gravel pads. I will camp at this facility in another year, expecting to see additional upgrades. The leashes dog park is massive your pooch will love running in this area.
Weve stayed here a couple times. Its very spacoius and nice. Has a nice woodsy trail for dog walking. Has cable tv and good wifi.
Elkhart Campground is very well maintained. Clean and spacious for all sizes of campers/trailers/rigs. You need to request a fire ring for your site, and they'll deliver it to you. Bathrooms are clean! We enjoyed the walking trail with our kids and dogs. Kids loved the heated pool. They were able to swim outdoors in May.
I stayed here while I was in town taking RV factory tours. The park is well kept, and quiet. The dog walking area was a very large fenced off section with lots of room for my dogs to run and play.
Its really amazing how few choices that there are this close to the Mothership, but this place is good. There is fresh grading and new rock pads at most sites. The elec and sewer connections are brand new and are about a foot high so be prepared to prop up your hose higher than normal. There is a really large fenced in dog area and a little trail through the woods in the back. If the adjacent fields have been mowed, it is a great place to let the dog run off some steam. They seem to have a lot of amenities here but were not used. A 50amp cost $41.56 w/ GS discount. They charge $15 for the dump but have potable water in the off season. The owners are apparently doing a lot to upgrade the property and seem to have improved a lot of the previous review issues.
They fixed the snowy cable but the water still smells funky and is very rusty.. it even stained the pipes in our rv.. it is a nice rv park they just have a water problem...
This is a larger campground. Most sites are level pull throughs with crushed asphalt, that are long and widely spaced for slide-outs. WiFi is adequate yet intermittently slow. Owners are pleasant, active, and continue making upgrades each year. Easy access from interstate. Priced at higher end, even after discounts are applied. Some seasonal residents, but they are generally maintained and not trashy. Amenities include W/D, bath and shower rooms and look clean.
Large recreational areas with many pull through on black top or cement. owners are working hard to keep the amenities up, maintenance is good, and they are friendly
Very nice RV park. Large easy pull throughs. We were only here for 1 night so we didn’t take advantage of amenities but we would definitely stay here again!
We stayed there to meet up with old college friends at the Notre Dame game. 30 minutes away and closer to Elkhart. Thought it was a good place to stay for a few nights. Enjoyed the campground. Was big enough to pull in a 41 foot RV.
Not much to choose from in RV builders land before April 15! Everyone is closed for winter. Called from road and told "come on over". Warmly greeted, fast check in, nice large level sites. More grass than 10 other places. All amenities. Noticed they are adding 100 more sites that will be closer to I-80. Will stop here again.
We were in Elkhart for some upgrades to our RV as was probably 70% of the people staying here. Price - $46 (Full) / $240 week (GS, Escapees discount for nightly) Check in/out - Speedy check in, friendly clerks, provided a map and explanation of how to arrive at our site. Interior Roads - Interior roads were hard gravel mixed with asphalt. Roads were wide and easy to navigate. RV space - Gravel sites mixed with asphalt. Sites were level and had approximately ten feet between your neighbors. Hookups - We were in a full hookup spot. Utilities were very conveniently placed at the site, easy to use, and no issues with the electricity. Bathrooms/Showers - Only one bathroom was open and it was at their community barn. The bathrooms there were spacious but dated. We were told the other bathrooms were going to be opened up on May 1st but they were not. Exercise facilities - Located in the office area, the exercise room was almost non-existent. They had dated equipment but boxes were stacked everywhere inside it. Pet area - The pet area was huge and fenced in. It had real grass and they kept it mowed...very nice!! No bags were offered but there was a trash can for disposal. Children area - Probably the shining star at the campground. They had updated playground equipment, nice ground covering, and the space was large. Cell coverage - 4 bars of ATT LTE Wifi - We did not use their Wifi Other - A swimming pool was on-site however there was dirt piled up on the pool deck so I don't think its usable.
Great place to stay after repairs on our 39FB Luxe. Good site, good water pressure. One night stay before pulling out. Quiet and comfortable with good facilities. Would stay again.
This park is large and has more sites coming on line soon so it is a popular site for Rally s and owners clubs, etc. The Park is family operated and they work hard to keep it clean and nicely landscaped. The WiFi was spotty because of so many users. It is only a mile or so from the Indiana Toll Road/I-80 but the road noise wasn t excessive.There are a Half dozen decent restaurants and a Walmart within 10 minutes of the park.
We stayed here in our 40 ft motorhome for 2 weeks. Campground is very big with water, electric and sewer at most every site. They are even adding more. Great place for a rallly with it's amenities. Very nice and friendly owners. Did not hear a train!