The TL Directory listed "paved/gravel" roads. Only the entrance area is paved; the rest is dusty gravel. The sites are gravel with a concrete patio and they are very narrow sites with very little privacy especially if you have a "buddy" site with strangers sitting two feet in front of you. The good things about this park, are it's very quiet during the week and only 3 miles from town.
This is a very quiet park during the week with several sites on the river. The biggest drawback with this park are the roads: lots of potholes and mud on the turns in every site. It is close to good restaurants in Noblesville/Cicero. Will definitely return here when the roads are repaired.
They have beautiful landscaping at paved area sites; a very nice camp store and a boating area. Most of the sites have concrete parking for rig and car and picnic table with fire-pit. We really liked this park and stayed for three weeks. However, it was really packed with lots of kids on weekends so driving slow was a must.
This campground was easily accessible from I-80, however, the park's roads were muddy with big pot holes. The pull-through sites were extremely narrow, with no room for awnings, or tables, chairs, etc..
The park was nice. The Manager told us they had only a few sites available and only 30amp. However, the park never filled up and there were lots of 50amp sites available. Also, lots of gnats flying about day and night.