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10 RV Parks near Fairview Park, Indiana
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fairview Park. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fairview Park in the left hand column.
Jun 2019 - $1.00
Very nice quiet campground. Well taken care of. The problem is not a lot of things to do, no activities planned and the pool isn't working. But nice people. - john55
Apr 2019 - $1.00
Okay Thousand Trails. Out in the middle of nowhere and mostly permanents. A few back in 50 amp full hookup sites. Roads are pretty tight but doable in big rigs. Lots of lakes and fishing. Wifi non existent at centers. Friendly people. Will stay elsewhere next time. - teepee51
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Very quiet and friendly park, staff was wonderful and very helpful. The park is in dire need of some upgrades but to no fault of the park itself more so from corporate not investing in this gem of a park. Much needed are upgrading the electric and also a NEED for more sites for the transit folks. This is getting to be a popular place so getting a full hookup spot can be very hard. - DBLR
Jul 2018 - $32.00
This is a small county campground. The sites are gravel, the spaces tight, but level. The utilities are a bit weird, electric on one side, water and sewer on the other. Glad we had extra hose. There were only a couple other campers here. The bathrooms are clean, but need updating. We were here about 4 days visiting family. - esta34950
Oct 2017 - $30.00
Needed a last minute reservation for an overnighter while passing through. Little did I know it was the annual Covered Bridge Festival in Parke County, In and the core was in Rockville. The park normally has a two night minimum but they accommodated us for one night. On arrival, a staff member walked me to the site and advised us where to unhitch the tow. The campground is small, has a community feel to it and is a great location for the festival. The sites are tight with minimal pull through. Utilities worked well and it was a fairly quiet place. I would stay here again. - jl2000
Aug 2017 - $33.00
Nice quiet campground close to town most spots looked to be level and lots of shade we stayed only a couple days and there were several other campers in the park I would recommend this campground and we will stay again if we are back in the area - Brad79394
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We only stayed here for one night on our way through the area. The woman who checked us in didn't seem to know too much about the park, i.e. trails, etc. We were in site AA-36, a pull-through which worked fine once we figured out that we were side by side with the neighboring motorhome, with our rigs facing opposite directions. The utility hookups were in the center between us, and it was a long run for some of the utilities. It would be nice if the website for this park would have a diagram of each site's location. We would have picked a different site. The park itself is very nice, lots of open fields and trails through the woods. We saw a deer and two fawns in the afternoon. It was very quiet and pleasant. Of course this was midweek after school started locally. Unfortunately we didn't get any Verizon service, which is important to us for more than a one night stay. - dbcordello
Oct 2016 - $25.00
We stayed one night while touring the covered bridges in Parker County, Indiana. Site 30 was a pull through and we had no neighbors. Many families and children present and active. Enjoyed walking the dogs on the park roads. - Sunnie-Wheelhouse
Jun 2012 - $35.00
First to say that we were very impressed with the facility. We found it to be family friendly, pet friendly, and really quite peaceful. There was lots to do here, including nature trails, playgrounds, horseshoes, and a large fishing lake. We knocked down our review points a bit because we had to move our rig into 3 different spots before we found one that would really work. Our first site, #36 (pull-through), had a sewer hook up about a foot and a half off the ground. This made it impossible to dump or to support your hose appropriately. In fact, when we tried to dump, the height and weight on our sewer hose was so great that it broke! Luckily it was grey water and luckily we were able to fix it without much trouble. Staff was VERY accommodating in moving us, but was quite clear that no refunds were possible. At all. We next moved to site #30 (back-in), but water and electric utilities were on the wrong side of the rig and our water hose wouldn't reach. We then moved to site #31 (back-in). All was good there, but it was certainly a hassle to move 3 times. Know that sites 30 and 31 were 50 amp only. We had to get an adapter from the front desk and they took our credit card as a deposit. We would absolutely camp here again, but only knowing the right spot. In order to save on utility installation, it looks like electric and water were only installed at every other site. Be aware of this when making reservations and make sure that your hook-ups are quite long. - mnlfish
Oct 2018 - $34.00
This is a Passport America park but we were here during an area covered bridge festival so required to pay full price. Close to highway so there is some road noise, but it is not an overly busy road. Two sites are full hookup, the rest do not have sewer connections. There is a mix of power, some 30 amp, some 50 amp and some both. We had a 30 amp site but had 2 outlets so could use our "Cheater box" to get 50 amp serviced, good on these cold days. Park is very clean with nice amenities although we were just on an overnight stop. Our site was not very level but our jacks got us there. Toad parking was next to our motorhome since the site was short even though a pull-thru. - Grumpier99
Jul 2016 - $24.00
We were in site 22. The restrooms are a long way from the back sites where we stayed. The electric hook-ups are on the wrong side of the site for RV's, which I do not understand why. In the sites up front they are in the middle of the pad area???? This worked but in the future in the area I will look for another place. All sites are gravel and not quite level. - MINomad
May 2016 - $26.00
Nice country park with a very friendly host. Sites are gravel. There are only four 50amp sites and they are all back in sites. Sites are wide and easy to maneuver in. Took a little bit to get level as the back was on sloping ground. The host asked for all pets names in case of any emergency. We love our fur babies and thought that was extremely thoughtful! - Marley B Jones
Jun 2015 - $25.00
This is an unrestricted county park so the trailers/vehicles were a lot older and vintage, lets say. The turnarounds at the end of each loop were pretty tight and we are in a 21' TT. We just stopped there the night so could not delve into the amenities but the staff was nice. - Fizbin
Jul 2014 - $20.00
This is a county park with a lot of beautiful trees. Unfortunately the paved roads are very narrow with sharp turns. We drive a 34 foot motorhome and pull a car behind us. While trying to find a spot we had to unhook our car from the tow dolly to navigate a turn. When we called to make a reservation we asked if they had full hookup (water, electric and sewer). When we got there we were told no sewer, just a dump site. We decided to deal with it. We ended up not staying as the electric and water hook ups were about 100 feet apart and we could hook up to one but not the other. For us it was a very poor layout. - esta34950
Sep 2012 - $49.00
We stayed three nights. Very small spaces, had to go out and move my truck for they could come in with a motor home. Really not a place to park tow truck. Lots are really close together a picnic table can fit in between. Could never get cable to work. WIFI worked for me but not wife's computer. Couldn't put dish up a lot of trees, trees not bad really. The people where nice that checked us, when they finally got to the desk, we arrived at three pm. It took for ever to get checked in. If I was to stay another three nights I'D find another place, I would stay one night if I had to. 1st KOA I stayed in and they do want to nickel and dime you. My guests drove in, picked us up and the owner didn't say any thing, but the owner didn't see it, either. - JustDon
May 2019 - $30.00
This is by far my favorite state park in Indiana and we have camped here at least once a year for the last 25 years. The hiking is awesome, the bathrooms are kept clean. We camp mostly up in the new area in order to stay away from the larger groups/families as it tends to be quieter there. The only thing that keeps me from spending an entire week there is there fact that there is no data of you have Verizon. Cell signal for calls is strong, but no data whatsoever at the campground. - Sarar
Oct 2018 - $23.00
This is one of the finest state parks I have been to. All the sites are large, paved & electric. Most sites are quite level. The park has four named sections: two are wide open and spacious, while the other two are heavily wooded. The two 'newer' sections, Sugar Ridge & Turkey Hollow were opened about 30 years ago. I first came to the park in 1977, and have returned over 30 times since. This park is very popular, so reservations are recommended. It was full each weekend in October. Check-in is typical state park, pull up to the gate and talk to a ranger. You'll get a very accurate map and other information on the park. The interior roads are paved and wide, but they are a little tight in the wooded sections. There are a few corner sites that are pull-thru, but the majority are back-in. There are six sites designated as accessible and have large paved patios. The park has rules, and the rangers are often checking to make sure they are followed. Gives a sense of security. All sites have 20, 30, 50 amp service. When the new section opened, the electric boxes were back at the edge of the woods, and two sites shared one box. A few years ago they were moved to the end of each pad. There is no water at the sites, spigots provided around the park. There is no sewer, there are two dump stations in the older section. There is no cable, and very limited antenna reception. There is no Wi-Fi, and even my Verizon hot spot was useless. The Parke Co Covered Bridge festival runs for 10 days beginning the second Friday in October. It is very busy at that time, but something to see. I will definitely return to Turkey Run. - Martini
Sep 2018 - $33.00
Awesome park for hiking! Very clean, nice lodge with restaurant, pool etc. Sites are nice size with plenty of room in between, IF you have a medium size travel trailer or small fifth wheel. In a larger fifth wheel (which we have), the sites other than pull through are on a 90 degree to street, making back in interesting. Since our site backed into woods we were unable to use the last 6' of pad otherwise would have had tree issues. But overall great park. - Im4Blues
Apr 2019 - $46.00
The price is with a 10% KOA discount, and seemed really high for off season. Road access is so a little strange, but manageable. Staff couldn't have been nicer. Bathrooms are dated but nice and clean. They have a nice movie selection but charge $1 to rent, which for the cost of the site and the fact that it was April you'd think they would be complementary. The water hookup was too low to the ground and someone had cut half the handle off which made it sharp and dangerous. Sewer hookup was way too high. I think they're trying but this KOA just seems a little tired for the premium price they charge. - PamVan171
Nov 2018 - $45.00
This was a typical KOA, lots of sites in neat rows. It is nicely wooded which helps the looks and feel quite a bit. We found it to be a bit pricey ($50 including tax and KOA discount, for the cheapest pull-through site). Check-in was fast and friendly, and our site was level. We had good Verizon and AT&T signal, but Verizon was extremely slow (AT&T was fine). We were only here for two nights and it was below freezing the whole time so we didn't get out to see much of the campground. We'd stay again for a night or two while passing through. - LifeRebooted
Oct 2018 - $75.00
I have to say was kind of worried about this place after reading others reviews but was pleasantly surprised after getting here. The super deluxe sites are real nice with full hookups and full concrete pads. It hadn't had much rain so didn't see the flooding others have said. Looks like more gravel has been brought in for roads and pads. Little café that served breakfast in the morning and meals in the evenings. Nice, friendly staff. It's rated as a KOA Journey but we think it's a step above. Little tricky getting here off the interstate but our GPS worked just fine. - southernsky
Oct 2018 - $26.00
The Park is spotless. New roads. Like new shower house. My complaint is there are only a few level campsites. When Reserve America says a slight grade expect 6-8 degrees. Not good. Our first site was paved but at a nasty slope. The check in girl said we are full and I can not help. After we set up a DNR security person drove up with a list of available sites. We moved to be closer to a bath house. No water or hook up at most Indiana State campgrounds. The new site was at a large angle and gravel. We will remember the slope but it worked for us. We stayed there to be near the bridge festival. We stayed Monday through Thursday. The campground was full but quiet.
We had trouble finding our way in and out of our camp site. During the dark it was a hoot. We drove and drove until my wife recognized a bath house. Some better signs are needed. I will probably never go back and if you are thinking of staying in anything on wheels I would call to pick a level spot. Reserve America is a joke. - OldWrench
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Unfriendliest management of all parks I ever visited. Its like we owed them for letting us stay there over and above the already fees. Activities person acted like he didn't want to be there. - Edwards --
Jul 2016 - $23.00
We arrived on a Sunday afternoon, and after checking out campsites, we settled on site 208 in the small (12 site) Locust Grove loop. Our site was level with a gravel pad and woods at the back of the site; it was a quiet site off the main traffic routes. We had electricity, but no water or sewer - pretty common in IN state parks. We had no AT&T or Verizon cell service, but were able to get a good satellite signal.
The bathrooms / showers were clean and were cleaned at least daily. Showers were the double-curtain type, with plenty of hot water. There are multiple comfort stations, with additional pit toilets scattered around the campground. There is one dump station, which gets busy at check-out time - there were lines most days. The water fill site was across the road from the dump station, and was equally as busy.
Overall, the campground was nice with a lot of trees. It can be muddy when it rains - and it did, before we arrived and while we were there. In fact, we changed our site when we arrived because our original site was really wet and muddy. Be aware that a lot of the sites have a slope and the main roads are busy, because this park has a lot of campers, especially on weekends.
For cars, trucks and campers, the entrance fee is $7 per vehicle for IN residents and $9 per vehicle for out-of-staters, 7 days a week including holidays, with in-and-out privileges. For walkers, bicycles, buses and passenger vans, the entrance fee is $2 per person. Campsite fees are $23 Sun-Weds, $30 Thur-Sat and $33 on holiday weekends.
The camp store is very nice and had a great selection of ice cream treats!
Lots of very nice trails to hike. Multiple boat ramps and a fishing pier are available, with plenty of boat trailer parking close. - Indybear
Aug 2017 - $35.00
We are here for Sat night only. It is a nice campground and the people are friendly. So friendly they partied past 2am right across the street. I am sure they could be heard throughout the park. If that noise was not enough the golf cart races with a least 10 carts continued to at least midnight. When we stayed, it was not a busy weekend. No festivals or shows in the area. We thought we would spend a quiet night and see the covered bridges in the area. The night was anything but quiet. If you are looking for a friendly place to stay up all night then bring your PBR and golf cart. This is the place for you. Roads are rough on RV's. Max speed 20 mph. Come during the week. You'll love the place. The park does supply internet. No phone service, satellite, TV or radio. - Beas
Sep 2015 - $28.00
Nice folks running the park, which was somewhat under construction so we were the only trailer in the park except some permanent folks across a creek that separated the areas. Definitely would stay again, although it is quite aways from anyplace along a back country road. - living large
Jul 2015 - $38.00
The park was not easy to get to, but it was worth it. Admittedly we were there mid-week, but it was obviously a clean and quiet place. We very seldom pay for a campground because most are crowded and noisy. We needed a place to hang for the night after a bad couple of days. This was just the bill. One small issue was the cut down bush that was hard to see in the dark, but that was a minor problem. - Matt_C
Oct 2018 - $20.00
A beautiful respite and not that far off I-70. Several loops to choose from. Camp Gatekeeper very friendly and accommodating. Selected a site from his map but when we located it, knew it wouldn't work for our motorhome. Called him on the phone and he advised just change the number on the windshield tag to the site we determined would work. Park was getting ready for their annual history event the following weekend so was filling up with campers. Had a very pleasant stay and definitely will put them on our map for next year. - Racer and Friend
Jul 2017 - $20.00
This campground is not friendly towards mountain bikers, which is unfortunate because there is a large mountain bike park a 1/2 mile away. One of the first things that was said to us was "the last time you people were here we had a lot of problems." This was our first time ever going there. There were a lot of mountain bikers staying that weekend and they all commented about how rude the staff was. They want to add a rule that you have to have an RV or tent on your site. One of our campers, after paying for his site got invited to stay in someone's RV that night, so he didn't put his tent up. One of the employees came over at 11:00 pm, when he was getting ready to go to bed, and started arguing with him to put up a tent. Another person was camping out of his van, he had a nice air mattress in the back and pretty much used it like a tent on wheels. They asked him 3x to put up a tent. He couldn't because his van was his tent. They said they are going to make the rule official and kick him out next time. Another downfall is that they don't take reservations. It's difficult to plan a vacation when you aren't even sure you will have a place to stay. Perhaps if you are just a regular person out there to fish it might be ok, but if you have a mountain bike anywhere they can see it, plan on having them drive past your site at least once an hour and scowl at you. The brick shower house lets you adjust the water temp, the red one does not. - Ames Bond
May 2017 - $20.00
I stayed here three nights in Site 3 on the Oak Loop while passing through in a 27 foot motorhome with a tow car. Agree with other reviewers -- what a find. Lovely county park around lake. Only takes cash. There is a gas station about 2.5 miles south of the park and a Love's Truck stop about a mile north. Campground is on road on the east side of the lake -- day use area is on road that runs along west side of lake. Campsites are on peninsulas built out into the lake so most every site backs up to water. First part of road has very nice tent sites, then there is a red bathhouse and after that comes the electric sites. There are three peninsulas. Locals seem to favor the third -- River Birch. I was on the second peninsula --Oak -- and was the only camper on that peninsula all weekend (there were probably 10 on the River Birch peninsula). The campsites at the end of the peninsulas seem to be the favorite spots. The spots are gravel with grass and most have some shade. There are a couple pull throughs on the first peninsula that can take big rigs but they aren't on the water. Sites vary in size. You pick out your own site. Warning: if you have a big rig or you can't back up because of your tow bar the turnarounds at the end of the peninsulas are VERY tight -- as in mine was a tight turn for my CRV -- first peninsula better than others`. Unless you are going to use a pull through site (they aren't shown on the campground map for some reason) I suggest pulling over to the side of the road after the red bathhouse (the road is wide there) and unhooking your tow car and walking around to look at the sites. There are water spigots to fill up water tanks at the front end of each peninsula. Great walking trails on day use side of park. There is a beach but lake is closed to swimming. Playground is down the road from campground. Train noise but a ways off. Park folk still driving through at 9:15 at night. No alcohol. No 30 amp -- only 50. - SoloRed