This was a private membership campground that is now public (accepts Escapees, Passport America, Good Sam's Coast to Coast). Well laid out park, hard packed gravel roads and sites. Operated by husband and wife managers, work staff are all work campers and are some of the friendliest we have come across. Our truck was in the shop our week we were there and they took us to the grocery store and the truck shop and said if there was anything we needed just ask. Planned activities and events were great. Satellite and Verizon wifi were great. GPS coordinates 38.027075,97.554502 We had a great while we were here.
Park recently upgraded 33 sites to 20/30/50 amp FHU. Beautifully maintained area, lake view with less then a minute walk to lake from our site (#100). Paved roads with gravel sites. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables. Treed so had to use portable auto satellite receiver. Excellent Verizon phone and air card service. Our GPS took us out Hwy 136, just use W. South Street out of Alma. 9 hole municipal golf course in Alma.
Well laid out park with all pull throughs. Each site with 20/30/50 FHU. We used our Dish satellite for TV and Verizon air card for internet. Did not use the park wifi so don't know speed. Wi-Fi shows 2 bars and we are the furthest site from the office. Trash barrels at each end of campground. Each site has fire ring/grill. There is a pavilion and small basketball half court. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Sites are well kept as are the restrooms which require a provided at check-in code. All sites are level/gravel. GPS 42.93243,-100.573346
Check in was easy with the friendly staff. When we arrived I did not think we would get satellite due to all of the trees. We were assigned site #295 which is a large open 30 amp full hook up site at Coast to Coast rate. There are many shaded sites. Dish Network and Verizon cell and air card service worked great. There appear to be 10 sites set aside for C2C but not exactly sure, we made our reservations online. There are residential sites and some of them are not in the best of shape. We did not see the stagnant pond but did see the large beautiful lakes. Numerous things to do here.
This is a nice work in progress campground, appears the friendly owner is continually upgrading the sites. The upper level has excellent 50/30 amp power, fantastic water pressure, sewer, new concrete patios with tie-down loops for awnings, all back in sites. The upper level is built with fill dirt and rock and is below road grade so road noise is minimal. Dump trucks still empty fill dirt so every now and then you will here one but only during daylight hours. Picnic tables at each site. Laundry has 4 washer and 4 dryers in a new building. One locked unisex bathroom (may have been occupied) so don't know condition but it was in the same new building. The lower level is grass with pull-thru and back in sites, not sure of power, water or sewer at sites. We stayed for a week at a rate of $100 and will definitely stay here again when in the area. This is NOT a resort. Pull out of the campground turning right for a great fresh fruit and vegetable store a few miles down. Fuel and groceries close by.
Rate was C2C. We stayed a week and enjoyed our stay. Gravel roads so exterior of our truck and trailer were dusty when we left. We were able to get Dish satellite reception. Grass sites, our lot was shaded. Within 15 miles from Shipshewana Flea Market. 30/50 amp and water, lost power twice from main breaker on East leg tripping. Temps were in the 90's.