The facilities are typical Thousand Trails: an Activity Center plus a building just for adults, a pool (not as big as others we’ve seen), and a mini-golf course. Aside from the fishing, there are lots of nice places to walk or bike. The facilities are somewhat worn and the roads are mainly gravel. The main office is on a loop by itself near the entrance and rather removed from the rest of the facility.
There are few activities during the week, but a variety of things happen on the weekend, including breakfast being served one morning and an ice cream social one afternoon. There’s not a lot to see real close, but we spent one great afternoon driving the back roads to the east seeing the covered bridges. We also spent a bit of time in Terre Haute which is about 20 miles to the south. Jackie will do a separate post about those adventures.
We give this campground a thumbs up mainly for the pleasant, peaceful feel of the place.
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