We stayed in the shaded part of the campground which was beautiful. Sites are a little smaller in places than state parks, but some are big. You share electric and water with a neighbor and at our site we couldn’t reach the 30 amp without an extension cord. We saw a couple of full timers but the rest were weekend campers like us. There is bouldering in the park and it’s only 1.5 hours from Indianapolis.
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Ssejy
Peaceful And Relaxing
What a beautiful, well maintained park and campground. The hiking trails were also very maintained and there are a ton of places to catch a trail. We had right behind our camping spot. Even with the racing, it was peaceful and we were able to relax. The camp hosts great! They were extremely knowledgeable, helpful and kept the bathrooms spotless! Hot water and great pressure in the shower houses too! We will definitely be back!
April 30, 2016 - reviewed by Mark Howard
Outstanding Park with Lots to Do
Muscatatuck is a real hidden gem in southern Indiana. This park is the equal of any State Park. There are hiking and mountain bike trails, a river, and an old Vinegar mill to tour. There is camping with full hook-up, electric, and primitive campsites. The facilities are clean and up to date. Their are pavilions and picnic tables, as well as horseshoe pits. The staff is excellent and the camping is supervised. You can make reservations in advance and on-line. I highly recommend this park!