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11 RV Parks near Greentown, Indiana
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Greentown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Greentown in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $30.00
Park was clean but VERY crowded. Almost every site had a camper or tent, 2-3 cars, a boat and 6+ people. But, it was also quiet. Sites are nice and level, or "moderate" slope which was not easy to work with. Our site had a nice big hole as we backed in causing the jacks to scrape. Not bad if you want to boat, that's about it. Salamonie Lake is better. - Lafayette Jake
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Tuesday nite, one nite stay in October. Very quiet. It might be a lot different on a weekend or during the summer. Sites are large. Nice spacing. Well groomed area. Lots of nice mature trees. Would definitely return probably in the fall when it is quiet. - smitty12
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We stayed a couple years ago on a weekend and it was like the other reviews. So this time we visited Wednesday $30.00 and Thursday $40.00 a night . Not sure why on a Thursday 10.00 dollars more. The facilities where in better shape and restrooms where clean. They replaced all the exterior restroom doors and put some fresh gravel on sites but it looked like most of the sites were on a hill. The reason for the visit was to see Grissom Museum - Steph and Jim
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Oh my gosh... Pulling in, we wondered "What the heck are we doing?" But we're desperate for electric, as we had been boondocking in the heat for two weeks. It was 95* when we pulled in!! A lot of seasonal RVers. A lot. It appeared to be a "neighborhood" of RVs, Campers, etc... We arrived, hooked up, turned on the air and stayed indoors that first day. We were parked at the first pull through next to the grassy area. Very level. Plenty of room. There was water. But no sewer. We have a 36' Class A and were able to dump just fine. The next day we sat outside and there was a fish fry, which we didn't attend, but one of the seasonal campers bought over a plate. They were also doing a CornHole Tournament, and after talking to a few of the seasonals, we entered. What fun we had!!! The owners, Ron and Julie were a blast, and they and a few other people came over to our site afterwards and hung out. If you are an uppity, stuck up person, this place is not for you. If you like a neighborly feel, where you can interact with others, drink a cocktail around the fire, then it's perfect. - StephanieBekker
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This park is rustic to the extreme. Office is a rundown mobile home, but it does have a new coat of paint. The lady who checked us in seemed very nice and greeted us with a big smile, showing all five of her teeth! It is a rather pretty park but reminds me of the setting for the movie "Deliverance." Looks to be many monthly fisherman sites and younger construction workers, from the look of the people about.
All infrastructure looks very old and well used. Power (pedestals) are mostly old and not well designed. Voltage did seem to be stable, at least for a small RV with a low BTU air conditioner. Picnic tables provided but are in very poor condition. Looks like it could be difficult to get out if it should rain very much.
We found the directions to the park very difficult to follow, and it was much farther from the highway than we were lead to believe. Since it was the only park we could locate in the area, we came anyway and for a 1 night stop. The value is probably good, but we would not be comfortable staying here for very long.
Nice enough people but just not our social set since we don't drink "Bud" in large volumes. - RV Camper1
Jun 2012 - $25.00
After staying here and reading the previous reviews, I couldn't stop laughing. It is full of permanent trailers with parties on the weekends. Some of the trailers are older than me and I am in my 40's. People are mostly friendly and really enjoy the adult beverages. I do agree about the bathrooms and showers. They are so bad that none of us would shower there. The state parks have much better facilities. The dump station is not worth the effort and they only a few sites with sewer. The water was the worst. It actually stained our water lines, toilet and shower in our camper. Not a place I would choose to go back to at all. - TravelOBRN
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Stayed on a Thursday night, camp host was great, took me to select a site, and had a good selection. The grounds were well kept and clean, the pool was very nice! There was an area called the meadow, and it was beautiful, with a creek feeding into a river, very peaceful! I walked around and checked out the facility and amenities. My site had full hook up and everything worked well. Had a patio with a picnic table, and a fire ring, and firewood was available. Close to Gas City, Indiana. Had a great stay, will make a point of returning. - Bob Goodwin
Oct 2017 - $31.00
The gentlemen that checked me in and lead us to our spot in a golf cart was friendly. The park however, is in need of maintenance and attention. There are approximately 100 seasonal units in the park, some of which are quite old and in fairly bad shape. They have wifi and it is useable, but about what I've come to expect in most campgrounds. The worst problem is the horrific noise from Interstate 69 that is immediately adjacent to the campground. I could probably live with most of the shortcomings, but the noise would prevent me from staying again. One night was enough. - ppcpilot
Aug 2015 - $31.00
We stayed here only one night on our way back to Illinois. Pull through sites were a little tight and short. 30 amp service only, no problems with the power or water. The campground seemed to be mostly for full time people in trailers. The lady at the office was very nice and helpful showing us to our site. We stayed here in a 33' motorhome.. - Rwake901
Jun 2015 - $30.00
When I filled this out, it is mandatory to click what I camped in. We drove in to see about sites, the cost, etc. When you first turn into this campground, you drive up a long winding driveway through the woods, then come to an office. There was a sign that they would return immediately--but no one did. I used the bathroom which is located on the side of the office and it reeked badly. I wasn't sure if it hadn't been cleaned that day and someone had trashed it out, or if it always smelled that way. We decided to proceed driving through and possibly write down lot/sites we might possibly be interested in staying on, so went up over the hill. Immediately you see old run down rv's with pure clutter all over the place. Some decks looked like they were falling apart. We then found the pool, and no one was in it, but it was clean. Small, but clean. We then drove up through the field which takes you around a loop. We didn't even bother writing down any lots as its too run down in there, too dirty, and some of the "tenants" were already loud from drinking. I guess with it being mid afternoon the good thing about people like that is they fall asleep early so don't keep you up all night? Regardless --its very run down, alot of the very old campers really needed a cleaning, some were packed in depending on what part of the campground you were in, and we left. We never did find anyone to ask questions to--which turned out to be a blessing to us. We wouldn't even stay there if it was a one nighter on our way through the area. When you are at the office, the playground is super old, and off to the left of that as you are proceeding up the hill are a few campers rotting away off to the side. If you are able to drive through it yourself while in the area, do so and make your own judgement of this campground. Standards aren't too high for anyone claiming this is a clean place or nice looking. We did see some new rv's in here but those don't help the rest of the place look good. So...even though I had to put that I had a camper--we DID NOT and would NEVER stay here. Needs a serious cleaning of everything in here. - happy2013camper
Apr 2013 - $25.00
A previous review from 2012 is inaccurate. I am one of the "permanent resident campers" that was referred to in that review. While some of the review is correct, there are some areas that could stand to be cleaned up, the reviewer could not possibly have toured the entire campground and gone on top of the hill where the majority of permanent campers are located. The campers there are NOT rundown and in fact have decks and decorations that are beautiful. This campground does not have a restriction, as some do, for the age of the camper. There are campers ranging from brand new 2013's to much older, however they are NOT rundown. There IS a swimming pool up on the hill and there are many sites with trees. Pets are DEFINITELY welcome as are children. There are sites that a larger camper could indeed "pull through" with no difficulty whatsoever. The staff is very friendly and helpful in getting new campers set up. The resident campers are extremely friendly and welcome new campers, permanent or weekender. The sections for tent campers are all mowed and under trees and a shower house is readily accessible. This campground is a wonderful place to spend a weekend or an entire camping season! There are trails through the wooded areas that golf carts can travel or they can be hiked without problems. If you are looking for a FRIENDLY, welcoming place to relax and enjoy camping, this place is definitely one I would recommend! - Liz G
Jun 2012 - $27.00
Campground has long winding gravel road through the trees to get to check in. No 50 AMP. Sewer hookups were just an open 3 inch PVC pipe. Very few sites available and most were to tight among trees to get into. Most campsites are permanent residents with extremely run down campers. Park is scattered with all kinds of debris and looks like a dump. Would not stay here again and would suggest avoiding this campground. - golplt
Apr 2019 - $30.00
2 miles off Hy 31. Grassy, clean, great people. Check to be sure there's no activity going on or the sites may be full. If you're going to RV country this is an excellent stop off just 50 or 60 miles south of Nappanee, Elkhart, etc. - BillH40
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Easy to find, easy access inside roads. Gravel packed roadways with grass or gravel parking surfaces. Animal barns occupied only during events. Across the road from sheriffs office. Well lit, safe, quiet, well-kept. Good satellite coverage, T-mobile had four bars. There is also free WiFi. - DebbieT in Alabama
Aug 2016 - $30.00
I mainly stayed here to attend the races at the track on the grounds. The front straight was flooded so no races. Pretty quiet. The "host" was very helpful. Several electrical receptacles together on a pole and 1 water spigot as is common at fairgrounds. It is owned by the 4-H and a board of directors runs the fairgrounds. I was the only one there. I thought it was too expensive for a site at a fairgrounds. - mrracechaser
Aug 2019 - $15.00
This little city run RV Park is a bargain if you can deal with a few quirks. It costs $15 a night for electric (50/30/20) and water hookups and free use of a manhole size dump at the wastewater plant just down the street. There are about 15 paved spots, long enough for big rigs. Pavement is narrow, but the rest of the area is grass, so no issues maneuvering. Utility boxes are sort of randomly spread around, so depending on your spot you may need extra power cord and hoses. Check-in hours are limited (see attached picture), and the electric boxes are locked, so if you arrive outside check-in hours, you can park in a campsite, but won't be able to access electric or water. The dump station is available only during these same hours. The Wabash River and Riverwalk Trail are right across the street. Cute downtown Wabash and the Honeywell Center are 3 blocks north. Huntington, Marion, and Peru are all short drives from Wabash. We have family here and have camped here several times and cannot recall ever seeing more than one or two other RVs here. - Travelntom
Jul 2019 - $35.00
I wanted to do a review as there were no current ones listed. We were looking for just an overnight spot for the night of the interstate. We were assigned a pull-through in an area open to the sun. Looks like they keep a line of spots for overnighters as the place is mostly seasonal campers. The pool was clean and not many people here on a July Sunday. Bring something to level your camper with as the spots, all I could see near me, are only level for a small section and if you park in a level spot you might not reach the sewer without extra sewer hose. We just used our tanks and pulled forward to the sewer connection to dump before leaving. Looks like they have some recreational things to do beyond the pull such as a small lake but we did not plan for more than one night. The price was a little high for what they offered in terms of spots. But there was gravel to park on. If you are not picky and just need some place with full hookups and 50 amps for the night, stop here. We were able to level our 35' with just a couple blocks. The guy next to us has his jacks out all the way in the front because it's slightly downhill if he parks near the sewer connection which appears to be the same issue for this sting of overnight spots. The bathroom is dated but clean. The showers have plenty of hot water and no bugs. We would not vacation here but being close to a town with shopping was nice. - Mark from Missouri
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Lots of standing water after rain. Gravel roads & sites. Recently installed sewer pipes now provide full h/u but the connection is rather high off ground ( so high that I chose to dump at a dump station at the exit rather than continually hold my rig's sewer hose up in order to accomplish emptying.). Many seasonal or permanent residents here with just a few travelers arriving. Swimming pool looked like it was the best feature of this CG. It is advertised as a resort, but it's not. No playground, no dog walk. Just a really sorry looking antique minutiae golf course that no one uses and a half court cement basketball area. The "lake" is a small pond with overgrown weeds at water line. I would pass this one by if coming through this area. There are better choices both north and south of here. - Dugster
Jun 2015 - $32.00
Road going into the park is very narrow with low branches (almost lost an antenna). The site was gravel/dirt/grass and somewhat unleveled. A lot of residents with old equipment. No sewer hookups on the pull-throughs. We will avoid this place in the future. - Michael47
Jul 2019 - $28.00
This is a nice place to stay for an overnight stop, especially if it hasn't been raining. The water and electric were perfect. Our ATT hotspot did okay, so don't know if the park has WiFi. They do make an awesome pizza for $10!!
And, get this: they let us wash our RV at the site!!! The park is mostly permanents, but we enjoyed our overnight stay and it served our needs well. - RVhappyHere
May 2019 - $1.00
To say we stayed in this park would be a mistake. However we had a reservation to stay in this park last night. We got to the park at around 1:30 pm and was told that it had rained for several days straight and the guy that was there said that he had been turning people away because or sites that were too wet to use.He took us to the site that he had planned to put us in and I was beside myself. To give this park the distinction of being Big Rig friendly is a gross miss- representation of the phrase to say the least. We have a 45' Motorhome and this guy knew that but what I am so pissed about is why he did not have the common decency and respect to call us and tell us that he would have to cancel our reservation because the campground was too muddy to accommodate us.We had this reservation for probably 2 weeks and they had our phone number. all it would have taken is one call, just one call but they chose to have us come there. Will I ever go there again, no way, will I ever recommend this campground to anyone else, no way. Now I know that they have no control over the weather but they do have control over how they treat their guests and future guests and as far as I am concerned they have no feelings for their future guests at all. enough said. - hpykmpr47
Jul 2014 - $27.00
Very crowded sites, owners are not very friendly. Only one washer and one dryer were operational. Would not return. Be prepared to pay extra if you want to use air conditioner or hot water heater. - Texas Pilgrim
Sep 2019 - $30.00
This campground is a gem! We parked right on the river and had full hookups. The only reason I did not give the park a 10 is that we had to park our tow vehicle across the road, but that was still very close. The host was super nice. Our lab enjoyed swimming in the river and our neighbors had been paddle boarding and kayaking in the river. Very nice. The concrete pads were a surprise in a county park. We could not have been more pleased. We have family in the Indianapolis area, and will definitely stay here again! - TN Vogels
Jul 2018 - $34.00
As others have said, it's a nice park, with concrete pads and grass between sites. Unusual to find FHU 50 amp sites right on a riverbank. The first site we were assigned (#91 backed up to "the pond) had branches hanging low over the site, and across the the road, where we needed to start our back in, as well. Not willing to scratch our paint or risk our A/C covers, we called the office, and they found another site for us (#37), backed up to the river. This site is a bit shorter, so we had to park our car on the grass. Watch for low hanging branches as you come through the park and over some sites. Some sites had deep puddles from the recent rains, but overall a well-organized and pleasant park. Good 50 amp power and water pressure. Power pedestal close to the front of the site, sewer in the back. Verizon LTE , but only 1-2 bars. We would return. Nearby Cicero looks looking me a nice town with multiple restaurants. Price includes a $1.00+2% service fee for credit card use. - JustUsOntheRoad
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This is a county park located on the White River. It is a great transit stop if you are heading north or south along RT 31. We selected a full hookup, back-in site on the river on the front of the campground. Level, cement pads allowed us to stay hookup up. The campground is well designed and I didn't have any issue maneuvering our 32' trailer. It looks like a great location to use as a base to visit the Indianapolis area. - linnemj