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Chain 'O Lakes State Park
2355 E. 75 South
Albion, IN 46701
260-636-2654
www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/properties/park_chainolakes.html

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We camp here every year for Halloween. They do a great job of having a communal chili pot, hayrides, and most of all trick or treating. The sites go quick for this Fall festivity.

Review by: Schmetter77
Reviewed on: April 08,2013

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Review by: kxbrhjfgv
Reviewed on: July 19,2010

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Roads are narrow, some sites smaller than others. If the site says slight incline bring a rope ladder and lots of blocks. Fairly friendly staff and restrooms usually clean over the weekend. Male showers could have used some place to put your close. Beach was ok. Nature center was small school house but was closed so can't comment on displays. Campground was full but quiet and neighbors friendly.

Review by: Mike Stephan
Reviewed on: May 30,2010

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Reviewed on: February 12,2007

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We camped at this park 6/10-6/11/06. The park has over 1,700 acres with several ponds and lakes. Boat and canoe rental is available. Since we were not there very long we did not see much of the park other than the campground, but the park seemed nice. The campground was crowded (as expected on a weekend), but we didn't care for the size of the sites. We have visited several Indiana state park camgrounds and the sites here are the smallest we've experienced. Most sites have electric only, a few are completely primitive. The facilities are maintained but in need of updating; the showers and restrooms were marginally clean. Very little playground equipment; there was a note explaining that some would be coming eventually. There was no hot water or soap in the restrooms to wash your hands. The camp store is very well equipped, wood is reasonable at $3.50 for 8-10 decent size pieces. If you like private sites, this is not the place for you unless the campground is half empty. Also, the pads are gravel and rather narrow; this combined with very narrow streets makes for a challenging set up when you're trying to back your camper into the site. They need to close the campground down like they did with Indiana Dunes, rip everything out and eliminate about 30% of the sites so there's a little more space.

Reviewed on: June 11,2006

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