We enjoyed walking and cycling, but did not enjoy the $9.00 admission on top of camping fees. There’s a bike trail that goes into Angola. Really enjoyed the CCC buildings!
June 7, 2020 - reviewed by David and Holly
We enjoyed this park with our small trailer. There were many bigger rigs and lots of tents. There are two loops with electric and one primitive loop.
There are no full hook ups, and water is available around the campground. We needed 75 feet of hose to fill our tank. There is a tank fill up location just before you get to the campground check in office.
Many sites are well shaded and give a sense of privacy.
Nice bike trail and wonderful hiking trails with many miles of wooded hiking.
Bathrooms were fine - cleaned twice daily. Nothing fancy. Nature center, camp store, most of the typical Indiana state park amenities.
There is a toboggan run that is quite popular in the winter.
There is a bit of WiFi if you have a mifi, but not strong. Phones had service throughout the park, but 1 or 2 bars.
Many of the sites are in an incline. Ours was manageable. The description of each site states how level it is. Almost everyone on our loop was up on leveling blocks.
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Dave hogan
Very nice wooded park. Roomy lots. Nice beach area and trails.
June 3, 2018 - reviewed by TomC
For the most part, the campground is clean, modern, and up-to-date for a state park. Sites are generally large and open, but some sites are very un-level, so be prepared to use boards to boost your levelling jacks.