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Latest Indiana RV Park / Campground Reviews
West Boggs Park
Reviewer : Sharon Peach
From : Leesburg Fl
Date of review : April 22, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 7/2008
I have stayed there for eight yrs. No better place to spend time. The most scenic campgrounds around,plus so many things to do. Mike, and crew will treat you just like family. I do plan to get back this summer.
West Boggs Park
Reviewer : Jason & Jenny
From : Indianapolis
Date of review : February 26, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 5/2009
Wonderfull Campground. Very clean, Very nice shower house.. Beautiful lake. Caught tons of fish. Already have resverations to go back again in May.
Old Mill Run Park
Reviewer : Marcella Maynard
From : Romney
Date of review : March 31, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 7/2010
We love Old Mill Run Park. It is very clean and quiet.
Old Mill Run Park
Reviewer : Terry
From : Zionsville
Date of review : March 22, 2010
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 4/2009
I have stayed at many campgrounds Old Mill Run Park I think is the very best around!!
West Boggs Park
Reviewer : David Mock
From : Houston, TX.
Date of review : March 14, 2011
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 4/2006
Myself and my dad, and our late friend Lamarr. we have fished this great recreation/fishing hot spot for yrs. Before 06. It is hands down the best place to take family and fishermen alike. We are planing a return trip, i will come from TX. to this great place. It only keeps gettin better. Houston is nice, but when you go home there are some places you just can't miss. Thank You to all at West Boggs for such a wonderful place. Many Thanks, THE MOCK FAMILY & BINK FAMILY, GOD BLESS OUR FISHING BUDDY, LUMMAR BINK.
Lost Acres RV Park
Reviewer : phyllis
From : lost acres rv park
Date of review : October 19, 2012
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 10/2012
Rex and his staff are very pleasant and I am a seasonal guest who finds this park very clean and well kept. This is my peaceful retreat. Well worth visiting.
West Boggs Park
Reviewer : David Golden
From : Mooresville, In.
Date of review : May 3, 2014
Rating : 10
Date of stay : 9/2013
Of all the Lakes,Parks, and campgrounds in the state of Indiana, your my first pick for my week get away. Been going there for over approx. 20 plus years, with my Dad, my wife and kids, and now my grand kids. We all love it down there..
Rockville Lake Park 
Reviewer : K.
From : Healy
Date of review : May 7, 2012
Rating : 9
Date of stay : 5/2011
My husband and I camp at this park on a regular basis. There isn't any bad campsites there. The people who run the park are very friendly and helpful. The swimming beach is nice and clean and the fishing is always excellent (trolling motors only). It is a nice, quiet place to go to relax and enjoy nature.
Caboose Lake Campground
Reviewer : Jim Thompson
From : Portage, IN
Date of review : July 23, 2009
Rating : 5
Date of stay : 7/2009
Noisy from location next to Interstate 65. Beach had lots of goose droppings. You pay for everything here. Firewood must be purchased at the office because of emerald ash borer. 90% of the trees were pine. This was clearly a scam to force you to buy their firewood. Lots of seasonal campers, mostly self-contained. Also construction workers for nearby windmill construction. Friendly and well behaved. Restrooms and showers were very clean but only one bathroom for the entire campground.
Gordon’s Camping
Reviewer : Franzens
From : Michigan
Date of review : June 1, 2010
Rating : 3
Date of stay : 5/2010
Stayed Memorial Weekend 2010 Overall our experience was negative. Our first impression was that the amenities were run down and in need of update and/or repair. Camp sites were not maked, were without firerings (must be rented) and picnic tables were scarce. The pool was overcrowded and murky. Playground equipment was not very safe. The camp had an overall party atmosphere with no drinking or smoking restrictions. Golf carts were numerous and not always courteous. While many activities were offered for adults and children, many of them came at an extra cost. As a Chritian family, the atmosphere was not one to which we wish to expose our young daughter. We do not plan on returning to Gordon's in the future.