Nice state park. The hiking trails are the highlight, but waterfalls have been dry or nearly dry each time I've visited. It tends to be busy and crowded on weekends in the Fall. Once the weekend crowd left, we enjoyed a bike ride on the roads- just the right amount of hills! We also enjoyed birdwatching at the campsite. Playground equipment at the campground seemed geared toward bigger kids. So my preschool aged grandchildren were disappointed in that. There are many pull through sites for folks with large RVs. Our site had a parking pad of large grade chat which was mounded up high in the middle. This sat us up high from the site, but we were able to level out well enough. Sites are large enough but not secluded. Water spigot to fill your tank does not have threads, so you need a clamp. Overall nice campground, adjacent to Madison, which is a charming town with many shops and events. We didn't visit this time due to COVID.
April 21, 2019 - reviewed by Joy
This is a very nice park with lots of scenic hiking trails. Plenty of campsites, some electric and some non-electric. The bath houses were clean, but could use a little maintenance and are not heated. We stayed Easter weekend, so it was early in the season and the weather was chilly. Would definitely come back, but in warmer weather.
June 21, 2018 - reviewed by Discover Our Vibe
As an Indianapolis native this Park is well underrated for what it offers to families and campers alike. We notice employees were sociable and sites were well maintained. Trials were outstanding and it comes in second for best state parks in Indiana. (Sorry, Turkey Run has our hearts).