March 7, 2021 - reviewed by Scott
Great state park with lots to f History and surrounding area has a lot of neat shops and a great restaurant.
April 23, 2018 - reviewed by BJ
Nice, Will Return
Fairly level pads, fire pit w/ cooking grate, hanger for trash/lantern, picnic table, a little privacy, electric/water (2 spigots), dump station, firewood available at host site, had a friendly host, clean bathrooms w/ showers, real woodsy, hilly, tight roads, cool visitor center that's in a historic home, zero ticks this visit as there were a lot last time we visited 3 yrs ago, no insect prob at all, small lake to fish, creek, small dam, big park with lots of green space and picnic areas, awesome 3.5 mile mtb/walking connector trail to Dauset Trails which has an additional 17 or so nice mtb/walking trails and a nature center, Indian Springs has a gift shop, ice cream shop, country store w/ gas station, outfitter store.
April 18, 2018 - reviewed by Poppy99
This is a forgotten lil place. You get water and power and some sites are rather tight. Was not impressed by the lake or the fenced off (gators) swim area. Spring was cool, people say then water was really good once you let the sulphur air out. People come with water containers from miles around. Stayed July '17
March 6, 2018 - reviewed by Gary B
Great place with lots to do. Great walking trail to a animal sanctuary, near a great mountain bike trail system, little shops and antique stores outside of front gate. Some of the turns were tight in my 38 ft 5th wheel. Nice lake view sites if you can get them. Lots of great history and museum on site. This was the first state park!
July 23, 2017 - reviewed by Br549
Rude gate lady, nice camp site, lot of empty spaces, camp host awesome! Really nothing to do in area. Bath room old but clean
August 6, 2016 - reviewed by JEast
Pretty nice sites. Bath houses are clean. Lake was drained for maintenance. It is refilling now. They will restock the fish when refilled.