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9 RV Parks near Rossville, Indiana
We did however find 9 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rossville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rossville in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $28.00
This is a gem of a campground. Years ago tractors were used to create meandering lakes among the hills and trees creating the perfect fishing and campground. The shaded sites help in hot summer days and there is also a pool on site. Catch and release in the stocked lakes require a fee which is fine because it keeps it maintained. The owners have been there 26 years and work hard to keep the grounds mowed and clean. It was a joy to see the families gathering over the Labor Day weekend. WiFi worked fairly well with Verizon Jetpack and over the air provided a couple tv stations. The only suggestion I have is that there is a huge amount of iron in the water that stained our shower and toilet. There is at least one 50 amp site although we used a 30 amp site. There is no laundry available but nice ones in town. This campground would be difficult for big rigs to navigate. Some RV sites are close together but we were on the end so it was no problem for us. There are lots of tent spaces on the lake that are really nice. A much loved campground by folks in Indiana. - GailMOH
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Previous reviewer did a great job at describing my experience here. Wanted to give a more recent review to show that the place has not changed much, price went up some. We had an end spot that made it feel less cramped. We discovered people leave their RVs there and visit on occasion. Thus one of our neighbors was never there in the week we were there. So the only neighbor we had were behind us. - MichelleKry
Oct 2010 - $26.00
Great location for touring the Subaru manufacturing facility. Very quiet. Quick drive into Lafayette. Many seasonals. Call ahead to check on site suitable for big rig. Very helpful and friendly staff and owners. Would stay here again. - tillie
Jun 2018 - $37.00
Stayed one night in a tight little pull-through. Bathrooms were somewhat primitive, initially dirty but cleaned by the morning. It was tolerable for an overnight but would not want to spend more than one night. Rather expensive for what was offered. - Skip Pratt
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Very small sites, area is dirty, older couple was extremely rude. This is also a high theft area so watch your possessions. - Full timers traveling for work
Oct 2015 - $30.00
Older campground. Sites are tight for a larger rig (we are over 60' with toad) so call ahead to make sure they can accommodate you. We stayed one night on way south so can't comment on area. Backs onto the Wabash river. Lots of trees. Owner friendly and helpful. Nice CG for smaller rigs. - K&J
Aug 2018 - $40.00
This was our first time staying at Prophetstown, we've been to the park and the nearby battlefield before but not the campground. We'll definitely be back if we can get a spot; the CG fills up a year in advance for most summer weekends so plan accordingly. Book FAR in advance for summer weekends We stayed in the full hook up (Spruce) loop where the sites are more shaded and private. The electric (Savanna) loop is open with beautiful views of the prairie grasses. This park is a gem in north central Indiana and has a ton to offer. Paved biking and hiking trails, well-maintained grassy hiking trails, a water park, fishing pond, Native American museum, working historical farm, activities at the farm and museum. We only stayed 2 nights and would have loved to stay longer. We went to the water park which was $5 per person. It's on the small side but does have 2 fast & fun water slides, a lazy river, shallow zero-entry wading area, volleyball net, and a splashpad. To enter the park, there is a daily fee and for us (we are out-of-state) it was $10 for the weekend because we were camping. DNR regularly patrols the campground. The sites and bathrooms are the most maintained I have EVER seen at a state- or government-run facility. Grass was cut, fire pit was clean, and the crushed gravel site was combed free of debris for our arrival. I saw no garbage of any kind anywhere. Very, very clean! The site was level as they all appear to be. It rained quite a bit the first night we were there and the site drained perfectly, no pooling of water. Can't wait to go back! - EllenT
Aug 2018 - $33.00
Probably the best designed campground (state park, private, or national park) that we've visited. Nicely spaced with gravel pads that allow water to drain. Wooded sites are cozy and private. Easy for big rigs to navigate. Very quiet, occasional train and a little traffic noise. Plenty to do between hiking, biking, and water park. Plenty close to Purdue University. Would definitely stay again. - rwthomasjrfamily
Jun 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful park, once you take the long drive to get through it. Our site was a long and level pull thru with good hookups (except our site 108 had a sewer pipe about 8 inches high - tough to make water run uphill!). FHU section had several empty sites and the electric only sites were barely 1/4 taken. Our only other complaint is the location of box to deposit hang tags when exiting. It is low for cars/trucks but, if in a motorhome, one has to get out to deposit tag. Good friendly staff and glad to see they enforced one vehicle per site rule. There were many parking spaces in lots. We would definitely return if in the area. - wallysmom
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This park is in the middle of a cornfield about 5 miles off I-65. There is a Dairy Queen restaurant about 10 miles away, but other than that, there is nothing around. It has mostly permanent residents, but they have an area for overnighters. The pull-throughs are long enough that you don't have to unhook but we had to do some maneuvering to get level. Roads are a bit narrow but manageable in our 40 foot coach with tow. There were some low hanging trees on the exit road. Satellite reception was good and our AT&T hotspot worked well. We would stay here again if traveling through this area. - dickens
Nov 2017 - $27.00
Wish there was a sidewalk to the bath house. Very convenient from the interstate. - Kean
Sep 2017 - $26.00
This is a run down trailer park that is badly in need of upgrades. The front portion has permanent units along with short stays - many are not level, but are tree covered - not too bad. The rear portion is even more crowded than the front and has scores of dilapidated units - many occupied, some not. Pretty much of an eye sore. During our short stay, two RVers had to move from the front to the back due to unlevel sites in the front. However, the permanent residents are polite and seem happy. The clerk was polite, welcoming and let us pick our site (about 7 to choose from) and came out to help us with a water problem 2 minutes after we called to report it. The park is quiet and located in a pretty decent residential neighborhood and is fairly close to Lafayette and Purdue. If we were not staying on a holiday weekend, we would have gone a little further out and stayed at a nicer place. - Deb and Chris
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We loved this campground for what we were looking for. It was close to Purdue and easy to get to. Very crowded, but people were friendly and kept to themselves mostly. The pool was very clean and warm! - Campman92
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
Jul 2018 - $35.00
The park is well kept and clean. It is very quiet in a country setting. The entry gate with an entry code system provides some security for campers. Most sites are for long term campers with a few sites for overnight and short-term campers. There is a nice mini golf course, swimming pool and other amenities. Camp sites are spacious with a crushed stone pad for the rv and grass for the patio. The camp sites are somewhat sloped, making leveling a challenge. Fire pits are provided. We would enjoy staying here again. - Steve77
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Nice family oriented facility. We arrived after dark when the office was closed, but they had all our papers and pass outside for us. No trouble getting in with our class C motorhome, but take it easy on the first road to the right. We had a full hookup. You more than likely will need a plastic sewer hose support for your sewer hookup and doughnut as the PVC was just a pipe with no threaded fitting. Wi-fi was supposed to coming from the barn, but we were so far away that our iPhones/iPad would not pick up the signal. My Macbook did find the signal. A lot of full-timers in the park, but most people around us were short-timers like us. Lots of golf carts.
Some reviews complained of uneven lots, but ours was so good that when we went into Lebanon to shop and came back I pulled back into the slot and got it dead on level. I found that there is a bubble level built into the Compass app on iPhone and it works pretty good.
There a activities on-site, but we did not partake in any. We missed the Thorntown "Changing of the Leaves" festival by one week. Lebanon had a festival in their downtown square.
Owners were nice and helpful. The office/store had some DVDs to rent as we left ours home by mistake. Despite heavy rain on 2nd night the roads remained in good shape. Didn't have any power problems.
We would stay here again. - TomAndKathy
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Huge park with lots of seasonal campers. We visited my sister who is staying there for the summer. Did not partake in any activities although there was lots going on. - rockfarmer
Jul 2014 - $1.00
Please note this resort/campground has ceased operations and is no longer in business. As of July, 2014, the property is for sale. - Rogo
Sep 2013 - $1.00
Camped here under Resort of Distinction (ROD) membership. Internet is good - cost is $2 for 24 hrs. Sites could use rock on sites and main roads - caused a lot of dust. We were there in Sept and it was off season. Personnel were friendly. Would camp here again. - partlot
Jun 2012 - $8.00
Spent 1 night while traveling under WHR. Asked for FHU 50amp in open area for rooftop TV dish, worked well. Sprint cell & hotspot worked good. Did not see the rest of the park, worked OK for a night. - big greg
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Nice county park in the middle of nowhere. Not close to any interstate. However, great, quiet stay. Lots to do. Almost a destination in itself. Very wooded, no bugs, clean and spacious, lots of playgrounds. Very popular with locals. Waterfall on site. big lake on former quarry. Diving available! - WeGo2See
Aug 2017 - $25.00
This is an older park, with helpful managers. Our first site was such that we could not reach the hook ups as they were 60 feet from the end of our rv. The staff was very helpful in allowing us to look around and find a suitable site. It was difficult to get level. The wifi was ok along with tv, using rabbit ears. - Al and Anne-Marie
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Overnighted here, only saw one staff member, & he was friendly and helpful. Put us in a back-in site, but said there was no one in the one behind it, so we could use it as a pull-through. Also said he wouldn't put anyone behind us, so we could leave the truck hooked up with no problems. We did a little walking around, and it looked like a nice park. Appeared clean & neat. Appears to be mainly a seasonal park, as there appeared to be a lot of long term rigs here. Got to say that most of the rigs were newer, or in good shape. From what we saw all sites were water & electric only. - olcoon