Very pretty state park with ample, grassy sites. Fairly level sites. Great canoeing and kayaking. We would definitely stay here again, especially in good weather. We stayed here on a caravan and everyone loved this park.
The owners/managers of this campsite are very accommodating and welcoming. We camped here with a caravan of 12 rigs and the arrangements were very simple. The sites are large and grassy - no gravel parking lot here! There were lots of motorhomes and few tents in the campground, but we expected that in Elkhart. Full hookups were appreciated. We would definitely stay year again. It's very well situated, easy to find, and near lots of attractions. Don't miss the RV Museum!
This is perhaps the best state park we've stayed in. The pads are level concrete and the sites have ample space for even the largest rig. Facilities are clean and modern. The campground is within easy walking distance of the beach on a new boardwalk. We stayed 3 nights with our caravan and would love to have stayed longer.
There are tons of activities for families and children of all ages and there is an adult lounge. The Wi-Fi was very good, but we were parked next to the router. The campground is clean and the two swimming pools were very inviting. Laundry was perfect. Our only criticism was a lot of noise from the road. Had we been parked on a lower level, noise might not have been a concern. Definitely, we would camp here again.
Even though this campground was recommended by the staff at nearby Fallingwater, this was perhaps the worst campground we've ever stayed in. It is potentially gorgeous because of the secluded woods, but it seems that no maintenance has been done for years, not months. We got one of only two sites that could accommodate a 30' trailer. It is, however, very quiet because so few people are there. Be sure you have 4 wheel drive if you decide to stay here, in case it rains. You'll need it. The roads are barely passable. There hasn't been any gravel on the roads in a long time.