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Old 02-22-2013, 10:16 PM   #15
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X2 on Prophetstown, especially the sites Tom and Patty mentioned. Quiet yet close enough to West Lafayette for anything you'd need. See my REVIEW & PICS.

We stayed at Brookville Lake last summer (haven't gotten round to a review or album yet ) for a few nights. Although we did like it, it's quite popular & busy with all the boaters that camp there. Sites are good sized but not as private as those at Prophetstown.

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Thanks Lori,

Prophetstown is on our list for sure. We tried to stay there last fall, when my daughter, who lives in West Lafayette got married, but it was full. So we will give it a try this year for sure.
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Old 02-22-2013, 10:24 PM   #16
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Fallen rock campground. North of Brazil Indiana about 3 mile east of SR 59. Small park very secluded
Thanks will check it out
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Old 02-22-2013, 10:25 PM   #17
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Charlestown State Park in the southern Indiana area is very nice and secluded. They have full hookups. Nice big sites.
we have looked at this one before also, it is very near to a place we already go to called deam Lake

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Old 02-22-2013, 10:28 PM   #18
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Here's one in Rantoul, Illinois. 129 miles from Indy. Very nice and also unique. It's owned by the city of Rantoul. We always stop on the way home from a yearly trip out west, and then it's a one day drive to KY. They don't have a website.

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Sounds like a nice place, adding it to the list

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Charlarose Lake Campground in Waynetown (west of Crawfordsville) is one of our favorites. Not a whole lot there but we enjoy the quiet laid back feel of the place. They do allow fishing in their stocked pond and we enjoyed drowning a few worms while sitting in the shade. They have full hook up sites but we usually park in the center circle which are water elect. only.

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Ceraland Ceraland.org > Facilities > Campground in Columbus is a great park with several attractions in town. If you paly golf ask about specials at Otter Creek Golf Course.

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Ceraland Ceraland.org > Facilities > Campground in Columbus is a great park with several attractions in town. If you paly golf ask about specials at Otter Creek Golf Course.

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I knew this was the right place to ask, lots of great suggestions

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Charlarose Lake Campground in Waynetown (west of Crawfordsville) is one of our favorites. Not a whole lot there but we enjoy the quiet laid back feel of the place. They do allow fishing in their stocked pond and we enjoyed drowning a few worms while sitting in the shade. They have full hook up sites but we usually park in the center circle which are water elect. only.

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This looks nice and close to some relatives, worth a try and family visit.

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Check out Potato Creek State Park in North Liberty Indiana. Worster Lake is there, Awesome fishing, and a Great state park! Probably 3 hrs give or take Northeast from Indy...
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Check out Potato Creek State Park in North Liberty Indiana. Worster Lake is there, Awesome fishing, and a Great state park! Probably 3 hrs give or take Northeast from Indy...
We will give it a shot, Thanks!
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Paynetown SRA. Bloomington IN. 50 miles from County Line and 37.

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Looks like you guys have the place all to yourselves Tom! The weather is coming slooooooooooow here in NW Penna.
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