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Prophetstown State Park


P.O. Box 327
Battle Ground, IN 47920
765-567-4919
No Email Address
http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/properties/park_prophetstown.html
4 Reviews
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As stated in earlier postings this is one of the newest State parks in Indiana. Once you pull into the park you'd never know you are so close to a"big" city. The full hookup sites are BEAUTIFUL! VERY private with trees/shrubs to block view from campsite to campsite. This also helps keep this section of the campground very quiet. It's a very clean park, including the comfort stations. Nice level, paved bicycle paths. We can't wait to see what they'll add to this park in the future.

Received from Lisa for visit in Sep 2008


Site Number: 169
Stay Again? YES
Really like this campground and it is actually one of our favorites in Indiana. The sites are not directly on top of each other and lots of them are seperated by trees for additional privacy. The comfort station is exceptionally clean and nice and the playground is also an added bonus. The campground also features bike trails and paved roads around the campground which are nice for kids riding their bikes. Would definitely recommend this campground to others.

Received from Rita B for visit in Sep 2007


Site Number: 117
Stay Again? YES
we stayed here in august 2007. It's a new park, very clean and well maintained. The spots are nice and level, with water, electric and sewer. The playground for children is GREAT! Also nice bathrooms- very clean. Will definitely stay here again.

Received from Mike for visit in Aug 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This is a fairly new state park built for modern camping, long pull through sites, with 50 amp power, sewer and water. There are also back-in sites, and some less serviced sites as well. Park is quite new and not fully developed. The land is being converted back from farmland to the original prarie landscape. Good playground and picnic facilities and a functioning old time farm to visit.

Received from John C for visit in Apr 2007


Site Number: 116
Stay Again? YES



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