In an area with pricey RV parks, this was a pleasant surprise. We stayed with Passport America. There are shady sites as well as open ones where satellite TV is easily accessable. Besides the transient spaces, there are many permanent residents who were very pleasant. It's clean, nicely landscaped, and close to Amish country--particularly Shipshewana. The Pigeon River is accessable from the park; it's peaceful and slow moving. We stayed while waiting for service/parts in Elkhart.
We stayed here as Western Horizons members so paid for electricity only. The park is well-kept. There is a beach area on Lake Freeman. There are many activities in which to participate, including water aerobics, crafts, children's activities, and more. The Beach House Cafe has breakfast and lunch menus with dinner selections on the weekend. There are two areas of the park, one adjacent to the lake and the other up a hill in a forested area. This was our second stay. Church services are held in the clubhouse.
We stayed here under Resorts of Distinction so did not pay anything. The park is very well maintained and attractive. But to say there are full hookup sites is stretching things. They were all occupied by folks who had obviously been there quite awhile--flags, awnings, decorative things, and lots of stuff sitting around the rigs. The quiet time is not necessarily maintained at night. It's crowded with families and children, not watching where they're going, difficult to drive through the park. And no internet access whatever.
We stayed as Western Horizons Resorts member and paid $3 for electricity. The pool wasn't open. The resort was beautifully kept, rolling green grassy areas and big, beautiful trees. We had asked for a site where we could aim our TV satellite but couldn't do it due to trees. The sewer connection was in a built-up box that made it difficult to connect. The manager had signs with rules, what we could not do, all over the place. I'm thinking it would have been shorter to tell us what we could do. "Neighbors" of ours bought wood from one of the workampers--this manager stopped their car and told them to open the trunk to see how much wood they'd taken! Our site was on a pond where we could take out paddle boats and there was a good mini-golf course which we enjoyed. Laundry room was beautiful with furniture, a fireplace, etc. but no place to hang up clothes or iron.
We called to see about availability and were told to pull in and choose a site. We chose a site with 50 amps. We put down levelers, put out slide, hooked up and discovered we only had one leg of 50 amp service. When we moved, the new site was quite uneven. We stayed using Passport America.
We used Passport America, which is accepted at the park. While it was difficult to maneuver our coach in the park due to low-hanging trees and narrow road, it was worth it for the peace and delightful view of Old Lake Ingram on the Guadalupe River which borders the park.
We stayed overnight with Passport America, $12.50. The grounds were incredibly clean, grass mowed, quiet and peaceful, lots of wading birds. Pleasant folks in the office. Difficult route to park, but directions and map in Passport America book were concise and easily followed. Would love to stay again when we have more time.
We camped using Passport America. We couldn't use the water because the faucet was located under a hatch, and the hole was full of water. In the site next to us, the water connection was not available. We ran a hose over to another site, where the valve leaked, and filled our tank. We were alone in the park except for a travel trailer and a class C motorhome which were old and in poor repair. It was decent for an overnight stop