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10 RV Parks near Cordry Sweetwater Lakes, Indiana
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Cordry Sweetwater Lakes. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Cordry Sweetwater Lakes in the left hand column.
Aug 2014 - $1.00
Old, old, old campground that has CLOSED since our visit last year. This was an excellent location for shopping at the outlets across US31. - Teacher's Pet
Sep 2013 - $25.00
This campground is closing for good at the end of October, 2013. - TX Camper
Sep 2012 - $20.00
Older campground with narrow gravel sites, but 36' Class A with 4 slides fit easily. 50 amp power, water and sewer for $20 per night a great deal. Just off I-65 near Premium Outlet stores and several restaurants. Stayed overnight and would stay again. Cash or personal check only. - Travellin' Tina
Aug 2019 - $31.00
Everything at the CG was great: very friendly owners who drove us to our site, pretty pool, tidy grounds, located on a pond with fishing. Massive water pressure for a great shower in the trailer. The only drawback was that it's on a really loud and well-traveled road which is 11 miles from I65. Not their fault, but something I wish I had known before we drove so far off the highway. Very pretty location in the hills with a local winery right across the street. It was closed when we arrived (5:30) but open the next morning. Big farm stand along the road back to I65 that looked tempting. If you're only looking for an overnight you might prefer to stay closer to the highway, as far as noise goes. - jenshick
May 2019 - $33.00
We stayed during Memorial Weekend. The park is small and sites are very tight. Vehicle parking is limited. Roads pot holed. Nice owners. - DocBowman
Sep 2018 - $37.00
We stayed here for two nights during the week. It was close to the road but the A/C covered any of the traffic noise & at night it was quiet. It was a nice place for a few nights, WiFi was decent, the host was friendly when checking us in & showing our spot. He even made sure we were all hooked up & if we needed anything else. The hostess was friendly as well when we made the reservations over the phone although we didn't get to meet her in person during our stay. There was a small pool that we didn't have time to enjoy but it looked very pleasant & clean. Trash was picked up every day at the end of our site. When in the area again, we would stay here. - Zelda the RV
Oct 2019 - $35.00
We stayed in the fall when no activities were planned. Park nearly empty so the fact that sites were extremely narrow didn't make a difference. They were sufficiently deep enough. Good water pressure and 50 amp electricity. Friendly and helpful manager. Okay for overnight stay but quite rustic. - PappaDee
Aug 2019 - $35.00
Camped for the Beanblossom Blues fest so it was packed with RV's. Shower house was new and very nice. Laundry facilities and very nice restrooms. While we didn't have the promised firepit or picnic table, people on golf carts were checking to see what we needed and brought us a firepit. We had to share the site with a permanent trailer but the resident was gone for the weekend so it was fine. I'd stay here again. - Anything
Jun 2019 - $32.00
Attended the Bill Monroe Bluegrass festival for the entire week - wonderful music, the sound people did a great job. The food vendors were good. The following is a review of the campground: Camped in a 35" motorhome. We are self-contained so cannot comment on restrooms/shower facilities. Stayed in site #176 - Electric and water Pros: Convenient if you are there for a music festival if you camp in the area near the pond; otherwise, it's quite a distance to the music stage. Verizon worked great. Site was pretty level, packed gravel Cons: Sites very narrow, deep but narrow. Our awning would have touched the next RV so we didn't use it. Very dusty, many golf carts being used, that and the traffic created lots of dust. They watered the road but it still was dusty. Noise level caused by the amount of traffic and golf carts. - Gina A
Aug 2019 - $42.00
Nice site backing up to woods. Quiet even though most spaces are occupied. Strong WiFi signal but up and down on speed. - CampingOut
Jul 2019 - $58.00
Site is quiet and semi-secluded. Electric and water were good (we did not hook up to sewer since we were only here for 1 night). good AT&T reception but wifi was typically very slow. The site would have been better if smaller gravel was used instead of the quarter size chunks. - rockfarmer
May 2019 - $125.00
The swimming pool was cold and filthy like no one cared about the water being clean. The sites are small. If you have anything over 30ft you will not be able to park in the same spot. - crazyboy135
Sep 2019 - $15.00
Great park. We will stay here again. Stayed 7 days. Very quiet place. - Kimc
May 2018 - $15.00
Great tiny park. RVparking is level, hard surface with water and electricity up to 50 Amps. Electric post looked new. Water is below ground but easy to hook up. Dump station and port-a-potties nearby in park. Picnic tables. Backs to River. Big field, basketball courts, playground equipment in good condition. This is a real gem. About 10 minutes off of I-65. Registration at park service building 3 miles away. - Gurleymon
Oct 2017 - $15.00
PROS: $15/night, electric and water sites, dump station, river, playground, short walk to town. Cops patrol the site three times per night. The only highlight of the town was Not Just Popcorn, a global seller of 400+ flavored popcorns. CONS: High crime rate. Deliberately parked us next to a derelict RV, who had visitors wielding a sword and axes, cigarette smoke smell from the derelict RV, AC running 24x7. Smelled like garbage. I initially parked one space over from the derelict RV, to put some much needed space between us and the smell, the constantly running AC and the eyesore, but was told to move to the next site. We reluctantly complied. Edinburgh had many neglected buildings. Neighbor said there was drug activity about 200 ft from RV campsite. Had to clean up trash around our site. Many cigarette butts around the sites. No river walk. Bike path was only .1 miles...unusable. - tdrager
Oct 2019 - $30.00
Very nice, clean park. Campsites range from totally surrounded by trees to full sun/grass. There are three camp areas: Buffalo Ridge (mostly grass, very little trees, ie parking lot. Easy to maneuver with big rigs). Raccoon Ridge: wooded area mainly for smaller trailers. Taylor Ridge: heavily wooded. The park has a 5 mile long narrow, winding, wooded stretch from the entrance to the furthest campground (Taylor Ridge). There is a water fill station as you leave park office after registering. There are also "drinking fountains" throughout the park that have hose connections to fill your trailer. If you can get one next to your site it's a bonus! The turn-arounds at the end of each loop are tight (I was in a longbed w/40' fiver) so I recommend following the map closely to avoid the missed-turn hassle if you are a larger rig. Consider backing down your loop if you are a larger rig. The park is huge with several hundred campsites but it is very clean and quiet. Leaves changing this time of year is spectacular and the park is booked accordingly so reserve early! Local Fall break started 10/7 that helped fill the campground. Verizon was good. - starcraft35
Aug 2019 - $30.00
We have camped hear for many, many years. Beautiful, well kept state park in southern Indiana with lots of activities to entertain everyone. We always love coming here. Cell signal/data for Verizon was awesome, but I don't know about the other carriers. Bathrooms are well attended throughout the day. Campstore is fairly well stocked, but going into town gives many more options. Nashville, IN is loaded with cute stores and good food so if you are looking for a something different, then great place to spend a few hours. - Sarar
Aug 2019 - $30.00
All RV's and Vehicles towing Trailers MUST use the park's West Entrance off of SR 46 two miles west of Nashville Indiana. Nice scenic 5 mile drive from main entrance to camp area entrance. Site #307 was at the very back of the camping area. Listed as moderate, we had quite of bit of slope and were just about to the max on lowering the front of the 5th wheel. Bathhouse was clean and one of the better ones you will find at a state park. Our site had leaves covering the ground which helped. If not for the leaves it would have been bare ground/mud. They tried to spread some fine gravel but not near enough. Limbs NEED TO BE TRIMMED as it was touch and go to get in the site without damaging the roof or air conditioners (5th wheel 13'5" tall). We really liked the area as it had enough traffic to keep it interesting. We like to people watch! Our neighbors were friendly and helped us back in. You really feel like you back into the forest to camp which was very cool. 50 Amp service, 4 different dump stations, (we filled with water from home). This is an active camp area with a lot of sites. Gigantic pool, Inn is really nice, bike riding and trails are awesome. Camp store is crammed to the hilt with stuff, they need a bigger building for sure. Be sure to bring a blower to clear the leaves from your slide outs, etc. We will definitely be back, we had a great time. Staff at the entrance shacks were very friendly and helpful. - Coltsfan3378
Jun 2019 - $25.00
Camped on site 58, which is one of four sites on a huge cement pad. The remaining sites all have gravel drives. This campground was part of a WWII base. An active reserve base is across the road. You see & hear military helicopters as well as practice bombing and gun rounds.
There are many area parks on the grounds including the Indiana State Horse Park.
Camp Hosts were very friendly and helpful. - eaglessoc
May 2018 - $25.00
An update on a previous post. The tent camping area has been removed and the cost is now $25.00 a night. Can be a very nice and quite county park. - Psi500
Jul 2017 - $16.00
As a destination campground, this is not it. As an overnight and on your way the next morning this works. The problem is finding it. Their address does not work on GPS maps. We first went about ten miles east of Edinburgh. A very nice woman finally got us headed in the right direction. Final destination was West of Edinburgh and actually on the original grounds of Camp Atterbury. Originally, Camp Atterbury spanned over 43,000 acres, but the facilities have been reduced to 30,000 acres with the rest overtaken by the Atterbury Job Corps, US Department of Labor, Hoosier Horse Park and Johnson County Parks Department. Once here the signage was not helpful-to-none-existent. Almost could not find the office. No sewer. Nice showers. Two RVs go on one long gravel site. We found one where we could stay connected for the night. I am pulling a kayak trailer, so we are 60' long. I took up almost the full length of the site, but there would have been room beside me for another RV. We will most likely not come back to this campground. - Mike from Bama
Aug 2019 - $38.00
I was in town for a week working. They allowed me to check in late Sunday (2:00 am). The road going in is narrow but wide enough to get through (not a deal breaker). The sites are well laid out and easy to back into. I had full hookup, good water pressure and 50 amp electric. Wife LOVED the pool, very well kept and clean. I will definitely be back the next time work brings me this way. - TimNDeanna
Jun 2019 - $34.00
This is an RV Park which is close to I-65 but accessed via a very narrow road. It is heavily trees and gravel roads and sites. While clean it has many full timers who do not keep up there units or sites. We were first assigned a full service site, #72. The trees kept us from backing in our 37' fifth wheel. After several tries we asked to move to a pull through with water and electric only. It was level and clean. The fire ring was a semi wheel and picnic table was very old. We were able to get some dish channels via a tailgaters unit. This park is difficult for larger units. Overall good rating but would stay somewhere else if nearby park was available. - Columbus340RK
May 2019 - $45.00
The woman at the desk when I arrived was friendly and helpful. I had no problems finding my site. The campground publicity notes that this is "heavily wooded" and that is true. I didn't have any problems navigating but you do have to be aware of the trees as you are making turns. I would suspect that those who use satellite might have a problem with the trees. I don't, so no problem for me. There was no sewer on my site but the water and electric worked fine. I never could get the wifi to work. The site was level, and getting out of my pull through site was very easy. The next time I come to this area, I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - MFTDoc
Sep 2019 - $25.00
Previously a private RV and activities park. Many many activities some with a fee. There is a section of sites located in area with no trees. These sites seem to be most level although the others are not too bad. - Mustcamp
Sep 2019 - $38.00
The campground was nice enough but the gun range right next to the campground was very annoying to us and terrifying for our dog. The (small) dog park was even located right next to the gun range! Seeing as this facility is located on hundreds of acres I see no reason why they would put it where the noise bothers everyone in the campground. For this reason we will not be back. - CruisinAg
Jun 2019 - $36.00
A old campground with services for your trailer such as water, electric and sewer are very different from what a newer campground would have. I had to buy an extra 25 feet of water hose to allow me to hook up to my fresh water location at the mid point on my trailer. I now have 5o feet of water hose. If you camp their for the first time make sure you have enough sewer and fresh water hose to make your connections if you have a mid-point service bay like a lot of 5er's have. - Jim W1
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Huge state park located on Monroe Lake about 10 miles SE of Bloomington. Interior roads are in need of repair and maneuvering can be tricky as cars, trucks and boats encroach into the campground roads from sites. This is a very popular boating/fishing area and the crowded campground reflects this. Price paid does not reflect the additional $9 entrance fee we paid at the gate.
Many sites were very close together but maybe it appeared that way due to all the vehicles parked in/around them. Our 30A, electric only site was level, nicely wooded and roomy with a paved pad, concrete patio, picnic table and fire ring. We did have some "lake views" through the trees. All sites are electric only but there is a dump station near the campground entrance/exit. We had no OTA TV and no Verizon service.
The bath/showerhouses were typical concrete block but were relatively clean (except for some spider webs in corners). There were also some pit toilets scattered about as well. There's a playground, marina with boat rentals and also a campstore that has groceries as well as camping/fishing items. - leaf peeper
Apr 2017 - $27.00
We stayed 3 night during the week. With over 200 camping spots I counted only 12 campers using the campground during our stay. We had a nice view of Lake Monroe. It was peaceful and quite at this time of year, but I'm sure that in a few months I want to be no where near this campground as it is very popular with families and boaters. Lake Monroe is a beautiful lake with marinas and swimming beaches, it offers great boating and fishing. They have a camp store on site but for real shopping Bloomington is about 10 miles away. As with most all Indiana State properties they charge an entrance fee on top of the camping fee. - Psi500
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Focusing on just the campground, and not the beautiful Monroe Lake property, this property just gets 'average', although it borders on poor. A prior review from years ago referenced bad roads and potholes inside the campground. Well, they're still there; the roads are terrible. This campground is old and tired, but it gets packed every weekend, because of the fact that it's adjacent to the lake. You'd think Indiana would spend some of the increased camping fees to fix the aging campgrounds.
Many sites have some sort of lake access or lake view, and others have only a short walk to a nice view or access. The 2-cars per site rule isn't enforced, and some people are camping in horse trailers and box trucks. Many of sites are not level, so trust the online booking when it indicates slope. Our site was listed as 'gentle' slope, but it sloped front to back AND left to right. It's also referred to as a 'gravel' site, but this site (nor any others) hasn't seen fresh gravel in years. Some RV sites looked like tent-only to me. Our AC was having a hard time keeping up after the campground filled up, due to an overloaded electric system. I'm guessing that the electrical system gets overloaded, as many of the RV sites are used by 20-amp tent campers with multiple crock pots, lights, etc. For $30 for electric-only sites, this campground isn't a great value, but daggone-it, we'll go back because we love the lake.
It is sort of fun to people-watch here, as it's sort of like going to the county fair. Things quieted down pretty nice after about 10pm, though, even on Saturday night, so even though it's a zoo during the day, you can still get some rest.
There is a marina on the property for boat rentals and various basics and sundries, and a little larger store at the park entrance that sells fishing gear and beer/wine/groceries. - fastalker64