This was a great overnight stop. None of the negatives noted in the earlier reviews. It was clean and nice and all of the staff were great. When we were there it was very quite since it was off season. It is a little tight and don't expect to get sat. because it is very tree covered. It was very quite. Would would certainly stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Narrow access roads, interior roads gravel. Pull-through sites were long enough to not unhook, but we needed a block to level. There were many permanents and a nice playground. The bathhouse was old and in need of work. This is a good spot for an overnight if one is self-contained. We did not choose to use any facilities. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a real campground, not an RV Park. It's located off the same exit as a state park. Take the state park exit near Cloverdale and follow the Blackhawk signs, it's well marked. Good spacing between sites. The full hookup sites aren't really in the shade, but have trees behind them, so they get shade in the afternoon. They also have some primitive, water only, and water/electric sites, but I didn't get to check them out. There are 19 full hookup sites. There is a laundry, but I didn't get to check it out. Nice place for an overnight. Wilderness Cafe just down the road a bit, good food. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lieber State Rec area is a hidden gem in the Indiana park system. The sites are very wooded - so lots of shade. It has both a beach and a pool (aquatic center) - even a water slide. Fishing in the lake too. Showers were a bit dated - only negative. Weekday rate was a great value - and not crowded during the weekdays. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Spacious sites with plenty of trees for shade. Only electricity available at the site. 38' motor home pulling a Blazer fit in our space easily. Be prepared to level your rig as most sites slope moderately. Each site comes with a table and fire pit. Restrooms were clean and well maintained. Busy on weekends, but we had the place to ourselves during the week. Plenty to do in the summer as there is a pool, hiking trails, lake, ranger activities. Definitely would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was filthy! There were dirty diapers, beer bottles, cans, all sorts of trash scattered everywhere, even our fire ring had to be cleaned out because of trash. There were alot of loud campers. This is a shame, because this could really be a nice place to camp, if only they would keep it clean. The campsite that we had was pretty small. Definitely a tent-only site! The bathrooms and showerhouses were dirty as well. We will NOT come back here unless there are improvements to the park: clean it up! People, please leave your campsite cleaner than when you arrived!!! We camped here in a Tent.
Older (ex-KOA) Good Sam park. Gravel/mud (rainy while here) sites are level. Some sites are long enough for big rigs, but can be difficult getting out of some. Be careful. 30 amp only may not be a problem but the electric post is "very" close to the ground. Our surge protector had to be put on some wood in the rain. Park host was very friendly and accommodating. Stayed 3 days, but would probably not return except for a quick overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The only problem with this park was the water. It was a brown color. The manager said they have problems when the nearby rock quarry is blasting. I think the rock quarry should run city water to them. Overall it is a nice park and the people are friendly. It was very cold the night we stayed so I only used the electric and used the water from our tank. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park for a overnight or longer stay. I had 30 amp service on a long pull through. The weather was cool so 30A was OK. The staff was very helpful. Nice big shade trees. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pull throughs are end to end. The park has narrow gravel roads, water and electric on the wrong side, no 50A and heavy tree cover so there was no satellite TV. Good for an overnight We camped here in a Motorhome.
Old park, but the owner tries to keep it clean. Fixtures in bath and showers need updating, but again, looked maintained. Water pressure was spotty but OK. Good spot for a one night stand. Would return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not for those who want bells and whistles, but if you are looking for a campground that is easily accessible to I70, has trees and a small lake, is quiet and pleasant, this is your place. Very friendly to dogs, you can let them run on electronic leashes instead of hand-held. Extremely quiet and restful, we will stay here every time we travel along I70. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for over a year (because of my husband's job). The second we got there we could tell that the woman who owns it did NOT like us, and she picked on us for the tiniest things. The water smells awful, the pond is disgusting, and there are dead bugs covering the bathroom floor. The entry road was extremely narrow. The owner's have several large dogs that they just let wander around, and of course mess all over the place. We were told to "pick up after our dog", when in fact it was their dog leaving the mess. Do yourself a favor and stay at another RV park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This old park is well kept. We and three other Airstreams met here and would come back. Full hookups worked fine. Wi-Fi was strong and solid and FREE. Host provided us with a map taped to the door because we were late arrivals. Site was easy to access and set up was a breeze. Quiet and nice for an overnight. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We drove in but chose not to stay. Very tree covered, tight spots & very very old looking. If you are desperate you might stay self contained, otherwise keep movin'! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Ditto with other reviews. I might add that I think one of the dogs is a rottweiler and they all run loose. This is definitely a desperation stop. I don't think there is a Wal-Mart near. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an overnight stop only. No Cable.. no satellite sites. Only 30 amps no 50 amps in the park. Wi-Fi is good. The site was long enough for our 45 ft. MH with a tow. The negative is the owner's 4 dogs ( 3 black labs and a smaller mutt) ran loose even chasing the golf cart taking us to our site. One section has what looks like Fema trailers occupied by many male Latino seasonal workers. We would stay here again only in an emergency. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The people there were helpful and friendly. There were large dogs around and no one picking up after them. The hook ups were quite far from the site, so it was difficult to reach them. I'm only giving this place a 5 because they were nice enough to allow us to move to a site and use our generator for the evening, since our power adapter to go from a 50 to 30 amp was the reverse of what we should have had and couldn't be used. Regardless, there are too many trees to use satellite, there is no cable and there were about 3 stations on the antenna. We could not get any signal on the Internet. I would not go there again. The restrooms were old and dated but appeared clean. If you have nowhere else to stay, I suppose it is fine, but other than that, I'd continue my journey. We were tired so we stayed. Besides, we'd already paid and they said no refunds. From what I've read on the other reviews, I'm glad we had a filter for the water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This RV park is not recommended. The owners or on site managers have several dogs that run free and crap where ever they like (many piles on our site). Guess this means they are pet friendly. Bathrooms appear to be clean but old rusty fixtures, have musty smell. If you have problems with your feet, the floor of the shower stalls (women's) had some kind of mat on them that was like standing on nails. under the mats was slime, looked like actual floor hadn't been cleaned in years. The children's "play ground" was a joke. swing set with broken swings. All buildings are old and run down. Full hookup is 30 amp. Water is from a well. Pond scummy. This place is at the very bottom of the barrel. Hookups not conveniently located have to stretch either electric or plumbing to its max. Wouldn't stay here again and recommend you head further down the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here overnight while traveling. The office was closed when we got there (8pm) and was not open by the time we left around 7:30am, so we never saw any staff. There was a self-pay system. The campground had an awful sewer smell in some places, we never could figure out where it came from. There was a pond, but it was covered with brown film. The garbage cans around the campground were overflowing. The hook-ups were inconveniently placed, so you have to run a long water hose...we never hooked up and didn't trust the water. The bathrooms were fairly clean. We would not stay here again. It might be OK if you were in a pinch, but I would rather stay at a Wal-Mart. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly people, they helped us into our site. Because it was off the Interstate a mile or so, it was very quiet. The bigger sites are wide enough for a four slide motorhome, but may not have worked in some sites. good grassy area for a pet to run around. A good stop over when heading across I-70 in Indiana. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The single lane intrance is a pain. I had to swerve to miss oncoming traffic. Water and Electric were on the correct side of my unit, but I had to run the sewer hose about 40' under my trailer. There were big black dogs wondering around the park, I don't know if they were mean or not. The water was brownish-orange and smelled like eggs, I think it came out of the pond. The owners were nice and helpfull though. I would stop again if I had to. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All of the other reviews are right on. Wished I had read them first. Stopped here while on the road and tired. Dog crap everywhere, barking all the time. Couldn't find proper hookups, Very dirty. Could not see the water in the pond because of scum. Narrow access roads with low trees. Next time I'll keep driving. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reviewers in 2002 were right on money. Extra comments: Sites are unreal--water and electric one side, septic hookups, if you can find them, on other side 40 feet away. Road I tried to take to the site we picked out on night deposit ,we could not make the turn and had to unhook toad and back up and take another road to site. The dogs constantly barked and growled at me while i tried to figure out how to hook up, finally went in the wrong way to be able to reach water and electric hookups for my rig. I tried to take our puppies out this morning on leash and their three dogs immediately went after us. They might not be vicious but they sounded that way. I didn't bother to check the rest of park cause I am getting out of here as soon as I can get around. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Very clean and friendly park. Restroom and showers where some of the cleanest I have seen at a campground. Could use more hot water in the showers. Lake was covered with moss, would be hard to fish. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The Cloverdale RV Park is beautiful! There's a lake where you can fish, trees for shade, it's wonderful. It's a great family place. They keep it very clean; the people are the friendliest people you will ever meet. They even have a church there! Unity, Faith, and Fellowship church; I loved it here. A wonderful little church. I'll definitely be going back!! Excellent! We camped here in a Truck Camper.
[ 2 / 10 ]
Unless you enjoy the smell of raw sewage, do not camp here. They have a quaint covered bridge with a creek running under it and that poor creek reeks of sewage. Its a shame because the park is pretty with lots of big shade trees but the sites are unorganized with hard to read site numbers, dogs are constantly running loose and the bathrooms are not the best. They were clean enough to use but not unless you had too. Not sure about the price either. Went to check online but their website did not list the prices. I would highly recommened going down the road about 10 minutes to Hickory Hills campground. They have a really pretty place and the people are so nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 2 / 10 ]
This is a run down place. Access roads in are very narrow and poor. Owner/manager had three dogs running loose even in office and laundry room so other dog owners were also letting dogs run about off leash. And people were not picking up after their dogs and dog crap was all around. We camped here in a Motorhome.