Indianapolis had a ridiculous amount of rain over the past few weeks before our arrival, but the park accommodated us well. The free WiFi worked great and we enjoyed the amenities such as the dog park. The staff was friendly and did everything possible to ensure a good stay. The breakfast was great!
Part of the park is decent, part is not. You are here only if you want to go to the amusement park. Fires are not allowed & you may or may not have enough room to get your awning out. There is no camp store. If you have a big rig, watch out for the trees & low-hanging branches. As a campground, this place rates a 1 or 2. Since Cedar Point is within walking distance, I gave it a 3.
Great stay as usual. We especially appreciated the "bark park" for our lab. There is also a new playground. Wireless internet was free, fast & worked well. The bathrooms were clean. My personal favorite was the new coffee bar in the office. Great place!!
Considering this place had suffered a tornado one week prior to my arrival, it was in great shape. To my surprise, the WiFi worked great but the gameroom was closed since the storm had torn the roof off the pavilion. Have been here enough times to know this was obviously not normal. They have a huge new dog park which was open and was the best we've seen.
Nice park with an amazingly indifferent staff. They seemed more interested in whether or not our rig was "new enough" than anything else. We apparently passed their test - so they "let" us stay. Nada to do at the campground execept a very small pool.
The high fence indicates that you should keep all doors locked, that is if you've survived the drive through the neighborhood to get to the fairgrounds. A very rough part of town. This is not a campground but more like a cross between Katrina and a prison.