Park has been updated since 2016. Just outside of Bloomington Indiana. ATT has some service. Camped end of July mid week, only a few people camping. Some lots can take a smaller travel trailer, most are popup or tent camping. Primitive with water and vault toilets. Wood and ice are available during the day.
Do not come in on Jackson Creek Road, it is gravel with some water filled potholes a car or camper cannot pass. Yellowwood road is a well paved road on 46 and the park has fresh pavement.
May 2, 2016 - reviewed by Mark Howard
Maybe Good for Fishing
This is another of Indiana's State Forests. Most of the roads in the forest are gravel, with many large potholes. The camping sites are primitive only, unsupervised, and self-serve with no reservations in advance. There is a large lake that may be good for fishing. There are also tons of ticks in this forest so wear long pants and use plenty of DEET if you plan to hike here. Indiana really needs to invest more money in their state forests as they have lots of potential.