August 1, 8:43pm - reviewed by BBP
Most RVs were crowded together up front, even though there were plenty of open sites in the back half. Sites share a patio space so plan on getting cozy neither your neighbors. No the best KOA and the camp rules on the check in brochure were written to be funny, but just came off snarky and unprofessional.
July 13, 4:29pm - reviewed by DKJ
First of all—no cable. What campground that charges $60 does not offer cable? Then the pull thru sites must share fire pits and picnic tables. The people next to us came in at the same time and took the table in front of our camper door where we had to park. They took it because it was in the shade, leaving the table at the far end of the shared site at the end of our rig for us. We stopped because it was convenient time wise, but it is very awkward for a big rig. Very disappointed for a KOA.
June 13, 8:19pm - reviewed by JRL
While the facilities are well maintained and the "pool" seems fun for the kids, the most expensive KOA we have stayed. If you want a private patio, add an aditional $20.
August 9, 8:16am - reviewed by Steven
Pool is really cool. Play ground is really big. They have horses you can pet. Overall nice time with the kids. I wasn't crazy about how you face your neighbors but the patios where nice
July 25, 5:38am - reviewed by Pete D
Great location, easy access to the park and the thruway, pull thru site was large, flat and level with decent hookups.
July 9, 4:16am - reviewed by Michael J
Great For The Kids!
Lots of things for the kids to keep busy. Best staff that I've dealt with. They were on it and very friendly/helpful. Only downside was the hiway noise.
June 21, 11:57am - reviewed by Amanda
We stayed at this Koa because of its close proximity to Indianapolis. Let's get the bad out of the way first. sites are on the smallish side and the pull thrus near the office are buddy sites, so you share a site with your neighbor. Some highway noise and the splash pad bad might be a let down for older kids since it is the only pool.Also the youngsters at the desk didn't have much to offer in information about indy. Now the Good stuff....Nice level, gravel sites, well maintained and clean. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Full hook up sites and pull throughs available, and clean restrooms. GREAT location for visiting the city as well as being right down the rode from a pilot station and next to an rv dealership so convenient for services. My my kids thoroughly enjoyed the new splash pad that the park put it in. They also have a few banana bike rentals. WIFI was good. Overall we would definitely stay here as a base camp for visiting the city.
June 21, 9:29am - reviewed by Winecoastersblog
Good For A Short Stay!
Probably the CG best pool ever. Long level sites near office. Power is not clean so use an surge protector or you could fry your electronics!
December 14, 12:00am - reviewed by Cecil Perry
Nice & Friendly
Stayed a week in a 39' fifth wheel. Level gravel lots. Very convenient to downtown; we were there for a convention right next to Lucas Oil Stadium. Even though it was almost closing time when we arrived, they led us to our site in a golf cart. We were not there for the amenities of the park; it was a place to eat and sleep for us as we toured the area. I will stay here next time I am in town.
September 3, 11:23am - reviewed by Mandy
Indianapolis KOA GREENFIELD
We had read several sketchy reviews online about this place before arriving. There is NOTHING wrong with this KOA. Clean pool,friendly staff,pristine new bathrooms. Helped us with lighting our spot with the golf cart as we had a late arrival. Saturday breakfast in the game room. Fresh Farmers Market fruit/veggies for sale. Nice little CG. Cabins are primitive inside. There a few deluxe cabins that have kitchens/kitchettes.
November 4, 8:08pm - reviewed by Trailer Camper
Dark, couldn't find site, guy came to harass us instead of helping. And it's not "$" -- it's "$$$$" - very expensive for such a grumpy attitude. SKIP IT.