Large sites. great bike trails. Both paved and MTB.
Nice and clean park. It's one of our favorites!
Great place to stay. Things to do for kids and many trails to hike on of various difficulty levels. Swimming at the lake and many nice views and free nature display.
I went back and stayed at a different Campground Circle. A lot more trees. Although the bugs were absolutely awful and the mosquitoes are the worst I've ever seen... The park is really nice. They have really great bike trails. They have both Trails for experts and for beginners. Definitely want to go back again. Campsites do not have water or sewage. Electric only. There is a dump station and water station before you get to the campgrounds.
One of my favorite parks in Indiana. Although the campground is basically in an open Prairie with no tree cover. Not fun on a windy day.
Nice trails FOR WALKING AND Biking, campground was cleaned had horseshoes pits nice beach one of the volunteers we got to know Larry and Connie were friendly and helpful they were A lot if fun to be around
if you do not have a horse, apparently you cannot camp here.
Nice sites and very pretty hiking and biking. Not sure what the previous reviewer was talking about re horses, but I didn't see any horses. Remember that getting in the park is a 9 dollar fee out of state, so we paid 33 dollars for one night.
We were there early in the season, so it was mostly weekend campers. Full on the weekend - almost empty during the week. Good Verizon service. No sewer hookups. Very spacious sites. Would love to return!