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Caboose Lake Campground

Remington , IN

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2 Reviews
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NO SOUP FOR YOU!!!! The lady running the show, she is Nice for like the first 3 sentences but as soon as she gets your $$$ then it’s NO SOUP FOR YOU! Unless you are into being bossed around and sent to your corner for a time out, you should go elsewhere. This place is just crazy..... The facilities are right off the freeway (loud noise) they charge for EVERYTHING, including the air you breathe and use of daylight ($15 just to use the RV dump???). Avoid this place at all costs, we pulled in and she started yelling at us the second we got out because she thought a blowing napkin in the parking lot was our trash, she also freaked out while I was backing into a slip thinking I was going to touch her precious dead grass. This was WAAAAY worse than just having a bad day, you can tell this place is run like a concentration camp. DON’T TALK OUT OF LINE of you will get it! BROW BEATING DELIGHTS served 24x7 here. I was afraid my kids might look at her and turn to stone. We couldn’t leave fast enough! DON’T GO HERE! This is NOT a vacation spot by any means

Received from Cory for visit in Jul 2012

Site Number:123
Stay Again? NO
A nice campground to stay at and is open all year. Easy access from highway. It is situated around a 20 acre pond/lake. The facilities are clean & well maintained. The owners & staff are friendly and helpful. They have nice pull thrus with full hook ups (30 & 50 amp) and waterfront sites. (Some seasonal sites towards the back) There is treated softened water at each site. The pond is stocked for fishing at an additional charge of $3.50 per day. You can rent paddle boats and fishing boats. They have nice bathrooms and showers, a laundry room, a campstore, free wireless internet (get password at office), a beach, sand volleyball, a playground, horseshoes, concession stand and scheduled activities. There is a dump station, LP gas, live bait, ice, and firewood (campfires are allowed, but you have to buy firewood there, no firewood can be brought onto the property) Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring. Pets are welcome. Golf carts are allowed with a valid drivers license. There are a few cabin & caboose rentals. The only negative part is that the interstate I65 runs along one side of the campground with an exit ramp for US 24 and there is a traffic signal just off the exit. The traffic can get noisy at times. We made reservations over the phone which worked out well. We camped there about 5 days and had a good time even with the traffic noise.

Received from Pam for visit in May 2010

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Stay Again? YES

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