This is a nice campground for being part of the State Parks. Tree covered campsites, nice views of the lake, good fishing access. The roads are very tight and most are one way. The Bad, there is no legit potable water fill sites. There are hose connections on the shower houses and a few stand alone sprinkled around the park. There are no signs for any of these spots, you kinda just find them. The issue is the sprinkled ones are not easily accessible for RVs and if you park near the shower house you block the road. That's the bad, so no big deal. The positives. The campground is built on the old Hotel Victory site, so some ruins and the old pool remain. Also, there are glacial grooves located here as well. For what you pay for hotels on the island this is definitely a good cost saving place
July 27, 2016 - reviewed by Dave
South Bass Island
Beautiful park. Plenty of shaded spaces. We explored the park in a golf cart. The views were amazing. We did see class A RVs on the campground. Getting there is timely. Have to get on ferry to take RV across the lake. Leaving island looked hectic if you have vehicles. Overall a gorgeous camp site.
September 7, 2015 - reviewed by Jamie
The large sites, most are well shaded, beautiful views, clean bathrooms for a state park. Lots to do in the area.