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17 RV Parks near Middletown, Indiana
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Middletown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Middletown in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $32.00
Stayed here for 3 nights - 1 weekday and 2 weekend nights. Sites were well spaced and nicely maintained. The toilets in the bathhouse were not particularly clean, especially the bottom portion of the base. Several of the toilets seemed to be leaking at the base - the wax rings probably need to be re-seated or replaced. There was a problem with the hot water in the showers during our stay - there wasn't any, which made for a very quick and bracing shower experience. The park has some very nice trails, though they are heavily used. If you are a birder there are a lot of different species in the park. There is a small airport adjacent to the campground - several small planes were taking off and landing on Saturday but not so much on Thursday & Friday. There is a very active railroad line nearby so train whistles might be a problem for tent campers. - liz&denis
May 2018 - $30.00
I really want to love this campground - close to home, archeological site - but I can't. It's a little tired, a little dated, a little worn, a little noisy. Part of the problem is that the city of Anderson has grown up around the park. The campground abuts on Anderson Municipal Airport, so you will hear planes. It's close to railroad tracks and there are trains (and their horns) all night. The roads are tight and most campsites are at a right angle to road, rather than slanted for easier access. Despite what the official descriptions say, very few spots are level. (We had to level so much that our back wheels were off the ground in a site described as level.) There are random cars/pick-ups driving through the campground. On the good side, the staff and rangers are very nice and checked us in fast and there is a small campstore with bagged ice and ice cream. - Indybear
Apr 2018 - $32.00
This park has horribly tight roads and the sites are difficult to maneuver any size RV. Sites are close and straight very few angled ones. Very disappointing for the price charged. New electric boxes no water on site. Pathetic for the price. If we had a better choice in this area we would not be here. The state of Indiana should be ashamed to treat campers and tax payers this way. Good thing we do not have a tow vehicle because there is no place to park it. - Satuthom
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Neat and clean park just minutes from I-69, lots are well maintained, all (I think) full hookups, some are grass sites and some are gravel and a few are concrete pads/patios (which we had). Nice and quiet park, as the 'tight ship' would seem to discourage the noisy, partying crowd. They escort you to your site, will deliver firewood to your site, and also pick up your trash in the mornings. There is a nice nature trail around the perimeter of the park, there's a fishing pond and sand beach and another 'frog pond', and the property is very large. All but one of the staff we encountered were very friendly and helpful, which is the only reason we didn't rate the campground a '10'. Don't know if he was just having a bad day, but wasn't welcoming at all. Other than that, we had a great visit! - fastalker64
May 2018 - $41.00
This is now a KOA park, staff was very helpful, there are yellow shirts everywhere so getting help is not a problem. Each site appears to have a fire ring and they were being used on our visit, so some smoke is in the air. The sites go from only grass to concrete slabs, you can pay extra to get the better site, or spend a bit less and get the grass. The restrooms are older but very clean. Many activities for the kids if you have them with you. - weighit
Aug 2017 - $35.00
This was one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever been to. Upon arrival, you're escorted to your site by a staff member on a golf cart that helps you get into your spot and set up. We had a pull thru so we didn't need much help but it was very nice gesture. They have curbside garbage pickup and also sprayed for mosquitoes at night. Staff was always close by and made their presence without being a bother either. We went with another group so it worked out well that our sights faced each other but, had we been by ourselves, I'm not sure I would have liked the pull thru setup. They have a nice pond that has a beach and swimming area. The dock for fishing had very unlevel, cracked concrete slab that almost didn't feel safe to be on but this might be my only complaint with the campground. The first bathhouse I used was nothing more than an outhouse, no lights and very hot and smelly, but I found a much nicer cleaner one not far from there that I used the rest of the weekend without complaint. There is a huge grass area perfect for flying kites, riding bikes or walking your pets, that we enjoyed. There was plenty for kids to do such as a hayride and bouncy pad that was on during daylight hours.They did not allow the use of outdoor rugs so on a wet weekend I could see this being a muddy mess. We would return here and plan to in the future. - Kyle S
Jun 2018 - $1.00
This is a casino parking lot. Well lit, safe, very level with excellent drainage. Asphalt surface, easy in and out, space for many many campers. They welcome you to stay, hope you'll come in and spend some money. Check with security when you see one, let them know you're there. Slides out is just fine, generator is too. You will be directed to park in the "middle lot", between where the cars park and where the truckers park. Lighting is excellent, many security cameras, shuttle buses.... free. - DebbieT in Alabama
Apr 2016 - $40.00
I'm on a seasonal site here at Walnut Ridge. It's about an hour from my house, and my sister and brother in law also come out and camp--our schedules are different enough that we rarely overlap. Therefore, it's perfect for us.
Walnut Ridge the campground pre-dates the RV dealership of the same name. Apparently, once Gary Hart bought the campground way back when, they ended up selling a few campers here and there and the idea for the RV dealership was born. Most people know of the dealership first--it is a very busy place these days. There is a service center as well. If you buy from the dealership, you can spend 2 free days camping at the campground. It's a nice way to become familiar with your new purchase.
I did buy from Walnut Ridge, but I'd no idea at the time where I was going to store it. When I saw the campground and learned I could keep my new TT on a seasonal site for about the same price as paying for yearly storage, I was sold.
I love camping here. Having ready access to my trailer without having to move it is nice. It's a very quiet campground, with lots of friendly people. The grounds are kept very clean and they have lots of activities. There's mini golf, a playground and a very nice pool. The store sells ice cream. WiFi is very good. I love the trees and the birds, though not too fond of the squirrels and their destructive ways.
There are pull-through sites for temporary visitors, which I've used. I can pull my trailer out to go places, and find the roads and paths to be well kept. There aren't any poorly kept sites to be seen.
My sole complaint is the lack of sewer hookup, but I recognize that it's impossible given the hills of the place. They do offer a pump service, but I got my own honeywagon and empty that way. It's not bad. They treat you like family here, and I love it. - drdit92
Apr 2014 - $50.00
This has more seasonal campers in it than anyone else. They have an area set up for people who have bought a new camper from them to stay for 2 nights free. Not sure if you can pick a different area to "camp" in there, but never saw anyone other than seasonal campers in other areas. There isn't any sewer hookup,only water & electric, and its hard to dump your tanks how they have it set up. It's on a hill, on a turn, and its some maneuvering to get it lined up to dump. While you are doing that, the road is pretty much blocked. The 2 days we were there, our sink, & toilet turned brown from the water. TWO DAYS! The campground is clean, is quiet, looks really nice though. If you want to go swimming, it costs $5 a person. I never knew any place that charged to swim if you are camping. I was told by the man in the office that the rates are compatible with all the campgrounds in that area. They aren't. Check for yourself. I would never stay there unless it was an emergency. It's overpriced. - happy2013camper
Oct 2012 - $18.00
Stayed here two nights due to weather. Closing on the 14th for the season. Beautifully kept area inside and out. Showers were not new but very clean and well maintained. We appear to be the only ones left here that are not full time. Staff is most helpful and has a wonderful supply of tools if you forgot your saw, etc. I agree that the dump station is a strange spot on the way out. Easy access, cement pads for pull through, friendly, and even they escorted us to our site. I would return. - Cape Cod
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Plenty of open spots as we passed through Muncie, Indiana. You'll need to phone in / email paperwork if you plan on staying over the weekend as staff is only onsite during the weekdays (we visited off season). A Sheriff Department Substation exists on the Fairgrounds. Since Deputies travel in and out of the facility all day and night, one could not ask for better security. You'll want to enter though the South Entrance - off Wheeling. You'll see plenty of room to turn around if you decide not to stay. With friends in Muncie, we plan to return here numerous times in the future. - Todd and Heather
Apr 2019 - $16.00
The electric campground has two camping areas. Sites 25-51 which are located near the lake is populated with more trees. However, the sites are more uneven and some are shorter in length. Sites 1-24 and and 52-73 are more suited for big rigs and have more of a wide open area for backing. Sites 76- 120 were still classed for the season. This state park accommodates 50 amp service and each site has a water outlet. Very nice accommodations for a state park. Wonderful park to hike and enjoy nature. I expect they book quickly on weekends. - Scott Jacobs
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Visited mid October for a two day stop off. Camp is remote, quiet with a good boat launch into a no wake fishing lake. Wooded sites are primarily crushed rock, moderate spacing with water and 50 amp service. Water stations are shared between sites so a longer hose is recommended. Wooded lots have slight to moderate grade, several with direct lake access. There are also many level, full sun sites in grassy area. Bath house was freshly painted with even fresher spider webs that are not routinely removed. Otherwise functional. Several well maintained easy walking trails to wear out dogs and their owners. Our wooded site was frequently dropping hickory nuts on the roof for added excitement. Probably limited to this time of year. Overall a nice state park that we will return to for future leisurely stop offs. - Newfwagen
Sep 2018 - $24.00
Summit lake is a beautiful lake east of Indianapolis. After Labor Day, he beach is closed, and most people appear to be there for the fishing. The campground is divided into two loops. The first loop is open, sunny, and relatively flat. The second is in the trees. Some sites are more level than others. All the sites appear to have power. The pads are gravel, or at least there's a bit of gravel sprinkled into the grass in each site. When we stepped out of our motorhome, we stepped into ankle deep wet grass. There are "shared" water spigots around the campground. People with long, long hoses were hooked up. There wasn't a single site in a mostly empty campground where our 25' hose would have reached, so we used the water in our tank. The electric hookups were closer than the water, but so far back from our site that we ended up using our extension cord to get power. The bathrooms were basic, but get the job done. Cell service was fine. - AnnP
Oct 2018 - $25.00
New owners took over in 2018 and are making improvements to this older park. 60-70% are seasonal/full-time residents with a mix of size/quality of rig (some dilapidated). Overnight stays are mostly on pull-through FHU sites in a single loop near the laundry. Roads and sites are narrow and graveled. We nearly bottomed out our rig pulling into the entrance because the ground slopes and the gravel won't stay on the slope. We were able to stay in a pullthrough that was just long enough for our truck & trailer (~70 feet) but some are significantly shorter. Half the campground is down a steep hill - be careful of your hitch setup, and avoid it if you have a XL (40-foot) rig. Utilities were fine, although definitely lots of iron in the water (even using an external filter) but no problems with laundry and we just drank bottled water. The grounds are lovely, with a large pond, mature trees, and lots of room to walk the dog. (They don't shade the campsites though.) As we were there during the fall it was pretty quiet and the activities had all been packed away for the summer. Big camp store. Truck stop and McDonald's are basically across the street. - a_elkins
Aug 2018 - $52.00
This is a wonderful family park. We had never stayed in a Yogi Bear Park. The road getting into the park is about 3/8 of a mile of rough dirt road. Staff is nice and friendly. But when I asked about filling my propane tank on my MH they didn't know how. Sewer pipe was broken under ground.. When I told them about the person that came to investigate said it's been that way for a week not my job to dig. The pull through sites are gravel. Which is one of my complaints. The size of the gravel was almost fist size. Making it hard to walk and drive on. They are set up as buddy sights. There is a lot of road noise especially at night, which is why we probability would not stay again. - newbies2016
Aug 2018 - $27.00
The road in along with my site were gravel/water/mud. I believe that my site and the one next to me are the Passport America sites as they appear to be the worst in the park. Very unlevel & muddy. For the price I paid the value was satisfactory. The rest of the campground looked pretty decent. - Lugnuts
May 2016 - $21.00
We stayed fairly close to comfort station, and found it a busy traffic site. Well shaded, and good water, trash removal, had picnic tables and campfires are allowed. Most sites are pretty well graveled and reasonably easy to level a camper. They have added water view cabins, and most of the park provides for easy fishing access, and water view.
Friendly staff, well security patrolled. Really need to improve the sewer dump station. It would really make it a better park, if they installed sewer connections and upgraded the restroom and shower facilities. - Jacobsen
Jul 2010 - $25.00
Stayed here due to the close proximity to the Muncie 70.3 race. Mostly seasonal campers. The daily RV sites have only a 30 amp outlet and water hookup. They are generally narrow, unlevel and scattered with trash. Can't figure why folks don't pick up after themselves because there are large trash cans every couple sites. The grass isn't mowed often. They have primitive tent site closer to the one bathroom/shower. Although the bathroom is old it was fairly clean. The staff is friendly and helpful although they allowed another RV to take the site I'd reserved because they were staying longer and they said our 40ft would fit on a site that was made for a 20ft. This isn't a place you would come to "camp" but if you're coming to race or boat/fish it fits the bill for an overnight or two. - cpahog
Apr 2019 - $40.00
stayed here overnight. It could be a really nice park. our site was level, but there was an old shed full of junk at the back of the site. There has been a lot of rain and the gravel was very soft. There were ruts in my site from people who stayed previously. Someone mentioned earlier that the place was "unkempt", that sums it. It was quiet, and close to expressway. It served our purpose, although my wife is not interested in staying here again. - Greaseman93
Jun 2016 - $30.00
First, the good: The camp hosts get an A+ for hospitality. The location is very nice, with lots of tall trees and shade. It was easy to get to from the highway, but far enough away not to have to listen to highway traffic. Now, the bad: The site was horrible. It was overgrown with weeds and tall grass and not even close to level. The utilities were a mess. The electric box had some bare wires hanging out of it, and the host speculated it was because someone had cut off the 50 amp connection. I experienced several power blackouts for a few seconds at a time during my stay. The water connection was a filthy hose. I didn't use it. The sewer was buried under some tall grass, and fairly far to the front of the site, so I could not hook up to it unless I unhitched the truck. There was no WiFi and only a weak Verizon signal. Given the condition of the utilities and the park in general, the nightly rate is too high. The park is mostly permanent residents. One of the permanent residents' dogs was wandering around pooping on my site, which was especially concerning because the grass was so unkempt. I did not want to walk around on the site. Also, the dog would run up and yap at me if I exited the trailer, and its owners seemed unconcerned with that. I will not return to this park. - KAP99
Aug 2010 - $17.00
This is the second time we have stayed here. The sites are easy, grassy pull-throughs, and reasonably level. Each site has a picnic table, and a lot of shade. The owners are nice people- they prefer if you call 30 minutes before you arrive, so they can be there to meet you, but if you don't, you can just pick a site. The campground has quite a few permanent people, some mobile homes, some permanent trailers. There are no amenities, but we like staying here because its very convenient to Ball State University and the town of Muncie. - Soos
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Just passing through for one night on the way to North Carolina. Hosts were friendly and helpful. The lots (we had full hookup) were easily accessible and level. A walk around the park showed it to be very well kept with many amenities for family camping. We decided to stay again on the trip home! - Marty A
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Easy to find, wide entrance, tree-lined with white fence! The first building you come to is NOT the office, it is past the small gatehouse, ahead and to the right. Mature trees providing nice shade. Interior roadways are a mix of asphalt and gravel. Our site was loose gravel, not well-packed, and our coach sunk in quite a bit. Dump station on exit. Very clean and well-kept with trash can and non-potable water to clean up. Mainly a Christian retreat, there were many many long-term travel trailers parked there, and many families with children. Lovely playground area for them, and a pool as well. Office staff were very friendly and helpful and there's a small campstore onsite. Wifi was not useable to us, signal was too weak. Trash is collected from the front of your site. Some sites are on the side next to the interstate, but the road noise was not too bad at all. - DebbieT in Alabama
Jun 2018 - $25.00
Very nice campground with easy access off of I-70. Super nice owners who work hard to keep the place up. Great for overnight or longer stays. - Ken-1234