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Sycamore Springs Park

Hoosier National Forest

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685-717 West Tunnel Hill Road English, IN 47118 812-338-3846

GPS: 38.316, -86.477

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Overview of Sycamore Springs Park

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Elevation 459 ft / 139 m

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Verizon 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 7/29/2019
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KY 33' Keystone Laredo Ford F350
3 reviews
“Quiet, clean, beautiful park! FREE FIREWOOD!”

Reviewed 7/29/2019

Nightly rate: $25
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: 16
Overall Rating

Stayed here in June 2019 with two young children and an infant. Booked our stay on their website, arrived after office was closed and drive straight to the site. While setting up a friendly staff member rode by on a golf cart and gave us a map of the park and briefly covered the rules and provided an access gate code. The park is secured nightly and can only be access by code, which is changed every couple days. We liked this added feeing of security. We stayed in the full hook up sites of which there are only 19. They’re plenty big and wide for 50’ rigs and with a healthy amount between them and lots of shade. Mostly level, all gravel. Water pressure was 90 psi, so be sure to have a regulator. Electric on 30 amp service was dropping pretty low on the voltage. It was not possible to run electric water heater and A/C without dropping below 110v.

The park provides firewood for campers for FREE! The park is the cleanest I have ever seen and everything was in excellent repair. There are bathhouses and port-a-potties a plenty. Trash cans are provided at every site and throughout the park. They’re emptied daily at minimum to keep animals at bay. More than 15 playgrounds and activities for the kids. Three fishing lakes. Lots of hiking trails and picnic shelters. NO ENTRY FEE!

The only negative I can possibly say is that the route following the signs to the park from I-64 is not suitable for larger RV’s. This is not mentioned anywhere on their site and we got our camper hung up on the bridge near the entrance. Taking the longer route around English and approaching the park from the north provides a much better road without any issues.

We are looking forward to returning!

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Verizon 4G/LTE

DQ1927 would stay here again

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  • 20 Amp
  • Partial Hookups


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