We leave Prophetstown State Park this morning :>( and I wanted to review this facility before we left as we
LOVE IT HERE!!!!!!!!
PROPHETSTOWN STATE PARK
BATTLE GROUND INDIANA
Prophetstown State Park sits at the edge of a tall grass prairie that greeted Native Americans and European settlers who first lived in what is now northwestern Indiana.
It is a short distance to Perdue University and to many other attractions.
There is a WOLF PARK in Battle Ground which can be toured and on one night of the week they have a HOWL WITH THE WOLVES evening whereby the guests can howl along with the wolves and I'm told the wolves answer the howls!!! How cool is that???!!!
The campground at present has 110 sites - 55 with full hookups most are back in sites but there are some pull through sites as well.
There is a dump station and there is a large comfort station with modern restrooms and shower facilities. The comfort station is quite large and very clean.
Picnic areas are available as well.
The cleanliness of the campground is a pleasure to ones eyes - there is a resident host as well.
Most if not all the spaces are quite level and in the spruce tree section the sites are situated so that you have privacy from you neighbors and sort of a lovely "back yard woodsy view."
This is a wonderful campground in existence since 2005-2006 so it is still not on the radar for a lot of campers therefore it is quiet and a very restful stay.
Our stay this trip was from 9/25/12 - 9/29/12 - We were in site
On a scale of 1-10 we would give this a 10 and most certainly return for another stay - only the next one would be longer. There is a maximum stay allowed of 2 weeks.