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Charlestown State Park
P.O. Box 38
Charlestown, IN 47111
812-256-5600
www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/properties/park_charlestown.html

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I loved the story and hope that we get to see more of these awesome ctraachers as they continue to grow and strengthen. You have a great vision and style of writing Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with us!

Review by: Ramin
Reviewed on: December 12,2015

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That's really serhwd! Good to see the logic set out so well.

Review by: Verle
Reviewed on: January 15,2012

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Review by: sqlckzv
Reviewed on: May 07,2010

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We visited Charlestown in August 2006. One of the newest state parks in Indiana, it boasts a large campground with electric hookups and 3 nice showerhouses. When we were there, the entire campground had probably a total of 10 other campers, which made for a nice, quiet camping experience. According to the rangers, that number is pretty representative of the season. The campsites were large and level. The campground has three bathhouses and one playground. The bathhouses were very clean and nice. Our one quibble was that the water was pretty smelly when we were showering; however, we didn't notice a smell afterwards, so maybe it was the drains. We didn't spend much time in the park itself, but it is a large property. It currently has four hiking trails (the longest is less than 3 miles) all of which sounded interesting. According to the rangers, they plan to add a boat ramp (the park abuts the Ohio River, and Fourteenmile Creek runs through the property) next year. Louisville, KY, is about 30 minutes south of Charlestown. Clifty Falls State Park is around 40 mintues Northeast of the park. We spent one day at Clifty Falls, and while we loved the park itself, we didn't think its campground (which was very full) was nearly as nice as the one at Charlestown.

Review by: KG123
Reviewed on: August 11,2006

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