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3 RV Parks near Goodland, Indiana
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Goodland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Goodland in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $46.00
We didn't venture all through the park, but what we saw in our area was nice. Great little camp store. Staff very nice. Nice pull through site. Sites are close, but no one was on either side. Only issue was the noise from the interstate - all night long. I knew when I made reservations it was located next to one, but I never dreamed it would be that busy. Being from a very rural area it made sleeping difficult. If you want firewood, make sure you get there before they close. - Travlin Mill3rs
Jun 2019 - $46.00
I stayed for 5 weeks and paid ahead of stay, if not I would have left after 1st day. The highway noise is unbelievable, there are 3 truck stops at exit and engine brakes 24 hours a day. I picked Caboose lake because I have family in area but no one could stop by unless they paid 8.00 per person. This was the worst camping experience I have ever had! - Mark Sipe
Oct 2018 - $150.00
We stayed in a cabin at Caboose Lake when travelling to Indiana for the Purdue Ohio State game. Normally we would have brought our fifth wheel, but since this was a quick two day trip late in the season we elected to rent a cabin. Positives for the Campground: The staff was friendly and check-in was very easy. The cabin was clean and spacious and had a nice view of the lake. Overall I would stay here again in a cabin when returning. Negatives for the Camgpground: The roads were narrrow and were not well maintained (lots of potholes). The campground is right next to I-65 and had the worst road noise I have ever experienced. The sites are narrow and because of the way they are angled require a "u-turn" to enter them ... this turn would be very difficult to maneuver in a longer travel trailer or a fifth wheel. The sites are also narrow with multiple trees on them so would be difficult in a unit with slides. The campground has a storage lot in the back that is filled with junk (rusty trucks, worn out single wide mobile homes, a bunch of propane tanks that are well past their useful life). My wife and I concluded that the campground would not accommodate our fifth wheel due to size and concluded that while this was a good cabin campground it was not a good RV choice for larger units. - Greg and Kim
Jul 2018 - $28.00
This was a nice, out of the way park for an overnight stay. The lady working the office was very nice and helpful. - RJ56
Jun 2015 - $23.00
We very much enjoy staying at Acorn Oaks, nice location just far away from civilization to be a true get away.
Well-kept park with nice electric and water service.
Very nice bath house and store.
We will be visiting very often. - RonGarrison